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ANNUAL 1972 

SHORTRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL 

Indianapolis, Indiana 

Vol. 78 




Contents 

STUDENT LIFE 2 

ACADEMICS 16 

ACTIVITIES 36 

ATHLETICS 72 

ALBUM 92 

ADVERTISING 140 






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Experimentation was the mood of 
the day. Everywhere Shortridge students 
observed change and the testing of new 
ideas. 

This wave of experimentation appeared 
at the "Ridge" as the new Innovative 
Program for freshmen and sophomores. 
Juniors and seniors became involved in 
independent study. Job sampling gave 
students opportunities to "see how it is" 
in areas of work that they might decide 
to select as future careers. 

Each student of Shortridge also ex- 
perimented with their lives. They experi- 
mented with Afroes, long hair, beards, 
and different religions, in an effort to 
find their own identity. 









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Michelle Rogers feels the cold water of the Riverside Pool 



Last summer, a new program was 
begun in which students could take swim- 
ming or tennis for one-half credit, in 
place of one semester of physical educa- 
tion. Of the twenty-five students enrolled 
in swimming at Riverside Pool, all re- 
ceived their beginners permits and six 
achieved advance permits. 

The tennis program, produced five 
winners in the Park Department's com- 
petition. In the fourteen-year-old division, 
Mary Branson won the girls singles and 
Rita McClendon and Pam Jackson won 
the girl's doubles. Kathy Campbell won 
the sixteen-year-old division title before 
teaming with Vanita Banks for the 
doubles award in the same division. Thir- 
ty-two students took tennis in all, fifteen 
in the intermediate section, four in the 
advanced bracket and twenty-five 
beginners. 

Mr. Coleman, Vice Principal, stated 
that the program was "very successful" 
and "plans are being made for its con- 
tinuation next summer." 

Posed on the diving board, Avis Banks appears 
ready to take off in swim classes held at 
Riverside. 

Vanita Banks won the doubles in tennis. Here 
she shows one of her many good drives. 



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Bonita Collins learns how to do a racing dive. 

Tom Williams uses his backhand to return the 
ball. 




SUMMER TENNIS PLAYERS: Pam Jackson, Rita McClendon, Mary Branson, Vanita Banks, Kathy Campbell, Tom Williams, Denise Duncan, Jackie Early, 
Cathy Campbell, Robin Nicholson. 



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Academics 



Learning involves . . . the creation of 



independent ideas . . . preparation for 



tomorrow . . . the development of curio- 



the understanding of basic 



principles. 



Independent 
Study: new in 
English dept. 



This year, independent study was of- 
fered and was the major change in curri- 
culum in the English Department. How- 
ever, it was made available only for elec- 
tive English classes. 

Senior literature classes used the actual 
Middle English dialect while reciting the 
"Canterbury Tales". The Advanced Com- 
position Class innovated by trying their 
hand at writing advertising copy. 

Freshmen and sophomores had their 
English classes incorporated into the new 
Innovative Program. Some found them- 
selves benefited by more than one English 
class. 

Miss Susan Burton returned as a new 
staff teacher after being a student teacher 
here last year. Other new teachers in- 
cluded: Mrs. Slaton, Miss Rutan, Mrs. 
Ooley, Miss Nay, Mrs. McMillian, Miss 
Life, Miss Lassam, Mrs. Hurt, Mr. Dem- 
mary, Mr. Budden, Mrs. Buckner ahd Mrs. 
Beard. These were added to the depart- 
ment to aid in the team teaching program. 

Steve Tourney and Peggy Hudson help one 
another to decide on a book they are to read 
for English. They can choose from a variety of 
different, new books. 

Tom Beck seems to be holding his classmate's 
attention in Mrs. Schumacher's Five G. English 
class, while explaining a famous quote. 



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Freshmen find individual help is a basic part of 
team teaching. Miss Susan Williams, reading 
instructor, works with students during class. 



Student council representative, Diane Johnson, 
is relating the latest happenings of the student 
council meeting to her English Eight class. 







Miss Reiter, department head, is seen here with her advanced German class. These students 
concentrate on building their reading skills. 



Sharon Watkins and Sharon Hoog participated 
in the I. U. Honors Program in France. Here, 
Sharon Watkins is sharing her slides of St. 
Brieve. 

Experimenting with tapes is part of our lan- 
guage instruction. Mr. Katsaropolous helps his 
Spanish beginners with their pronounciation. 







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Foreign countries welcome language students 




"We have been successful in people 
participating in the I. U. Honors Pro- 
gram," said Miss Louise Reiter, Language 
Department Head. "Last year we had 
four participants going to France, Ger- 
many and Italy. Other programs with 
Shortridge students were: AFS (Amer- 
ican Field Service), YFU (Youth for 
Understanding), and ACTFL (American 
Council of Teachers of Foreign 
Languages)." 

Planned for this year was Language 
Day which ended with a program in the 
Auditorium. 

Some schools have dropped Latin and 
Russian, but Shortridge continued these 
languages along with French, Spanish and 
German. 



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Mr. David Hammer's beginning French I 
class learns how important it is to count in 
French numbers from one to thirty. 

Debbie Shelton and Mark Profitt listen while 
Carlos Cisneros explains Spanish to them. As 
seen, the language office is a good place for 
studying. 




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Sophomores choose science program 



This year, a science team teaching 
program was offered to sophomores, a- 
long with the usual science classes. The 
advantages of this program were no single 
state-approved textbooks and pupil- 
selected laboratory experiments for soph- 
omores. Mr. Burns, sophomore 
team teacher, brought his collection of 
snakes to school and his classes worked 
with them throughout the year. 

Mr. Don King, Science Department 
Head, said he believed the program would 
prove to be flexible. This year, laboratory 
classes required only seven periods, in- 
stead of the usual ten periods. 

The addition of astronomy to the 
science department was welcomed by a 
high enrollment of students. 

Other additions included four new 
teachers. They were Mrs. Susie Brown, 
Mr. Larry Burns, Mrs. Diane McKnight, 
and Mr. Don Nelson. Pupils took an in- 
terest in advanced biology and chemistry 
as enrollment in these classes soared. 

In this age of Aquarius, Shortridge 'students 
observe and study the stars in second hour 
astronomy class. Mr. Nelson is the astronomy 
teacher. 

Mrs. Brown watches as her sophomore team 
general science class experiments with common 
household materials to create interesting 
chemical reactions. 



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Dominique Miller, Connie Spradley and Shirley 
Stiger work on a chemistry experiment where 
mixing and weighing of solutions is important. 



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Math contest 
Shows high 
Achievements 



Straining their brains, many math 
pupils made it through the never-ending 
array of problems presented to them in 
classes ranging from General Math to 
Advanced Calculus. 

This years Math Department had only 
one big change take place. The freshmen 
math classes were incorporated into the 
new concept of team teaching. 

In the department, applying mathe- 
matical knowledge to the business of 
living was constantly demonstrated to 
the pupil, giving him a broader insight 
into the purpose of taking the tried-and- 
true courses of algebra and geometry. 

The making of three-dimensional ob- 
jects out of straws and toothpicks was 
one of the ways students in the more ad- 
vanced classes were challenged and stim- 
ulated. 

Computer Math, introduced here a few 
years ago, provided students with the 
chance to have fun along with the process 
of learning. 

Contests, such as Rose Hulman-St. 
Mary's of the Woods Mathematics Con- 
test and Marion County Math Day 
demonstrated the high level of achieve- 
ment of Shortridge math students. 

Four new teachers were added to the 
department this year: Mrs. Greenwood, 
as a regular staff member, and interns 
Mrs. Harris, Mr. Teer and Mr. George 
Coleman. 



Orelius Barnett explains the union and 
intersection of A and B to Cindy Starrett 
during a geometry class, while their teacher, 
Bill Springer, looks on. 




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This advanced math class looks both interested 
and hard-at-work while their teacher, Mr. 
William Gibson, shows them Algebra Three 
problems. 




While some students seem to be getting along 
fine, other freshmen stand in line for some 
guidance from algebra instructor Mrs. Harris. 

Business Math students breeze their way 
through problems, while their teacher, Mr. 
Bresnahan, stays out of the picture. 



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Mr. Anthony Partee and a sophomore team 
history class share a moment of amusement 
before partaking of one of the history depart- 
ment's filmstrips. 



Extra coaching is sometimes needed to understand subject matter, Deborah Parker is receiving her |\| 0\A/ t & fl f h Q f S 
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Put spark in 
Soc. Studies 



For the first time at Shortridge, social 
studies will be required for four years. 
This is due to the new Innovative Pro- 
gram. Included in this team teaching 
program are three separate social studies 
programs for freshmen and four for 
sophomores. Three of the sophomore 
teams have been studying the Improve- 
ment of Economic Life in the City and 
Urban Geography courses. 

Field trips have been a part of the 
activities of senior government classes. 
These government classes inter- 
viewed people involved in local govern- 
ment, so that students could better under- 
stand its principles of operation. 

Eight new teachers were added to the 
Social Studies Department, "Which have 
been a definite asset", said Mr. Thomas 
Payne, department head. The teachers 
added were: Mr. Catus, Miss McDowell, 
Mr. Beamon, Mr. Bussel, Mr. Higbee, 
Mr. Marcus, Mr. Tolinand Miss Culloden. 
Serving as interns in the Social Studies 
Department were: Mr. Kuhn, Mr. Slaton, 
Mr. Papesh, and Mr. Hoskins. 

Wouldn't it be nice if your personal finances 
were the fun and games that they appear to be 
in Mr. William Morgan's economics class? 



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Mr. Sheldon Kantor, head of the Art Depart- 
ment, explains briefly to students instructions 
on making paper mache in Crafts Art classes. 




Mark Horwitz shows his creative abilities by 
drawing a cariacture of an owl in his art class. 
He is also the designer of the ANNUAL cover. 

Intently following her musical score, Deborah 
Hayes strives for perfection. Good form and 
correct intonation are two ingredients of mak- 
ing fine music. 



Art, Music students color their world 




The Music Department, under the 
baton of Mr. Behling, went full "blast" 
this year. One good note was Mr. Pat 
Webb our guitarist-in-residence. He held 
his guitar workshops in the Music 
Department. 

A new project, undertaken by the 
department, was the sale of season tickets 
for all musical productions. This was met 
with approval by parents. 

Mr. Stomps conducted the A Cappella 
Choir and the Madrigals. Mr. Carter was 
the leader of The New Establishment, 
and Mr. Madjeski conducted the 
Orchestra. The Band was lead by the head 
of the department, Mr. Behling. 

The Art Department had a new "head" 
this year, Mr. Kantor. The only new staff 
member was Mr. Ian Fraser. He taught 
classes in Origami and Macrame. He 
brought with him a different approach to 
art with the use of notebooks. This year 
the Herron Art Museum offered two 
scholarships to two Shortridge students: 
Oliver Eubanks and Mike Bryant. 

A Cappella Choir members sight read to pre- 
pare for concerts and the ChoraJ Classic. 
This year's selection for the Classic is "St. 
John's Passion". 



The horn section of the A Band watches Mr. Behling, head of the Music Department, direct them in 
the playing of "Jesus Christ Superstar". 



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Vocational training prepares pupil's futures 



In the Home Economics Department 
there were three main fields of endeavor, 
foods, clothing and family living. The two 
new courses which were recently added 
were family care and home nursing. 
Two new teachers became members of 
the department this year. They were 
Mrs. Geiman and Mrs. Gatton,who 
taught clothing and the new area called 
pre-vocational. 

Advanced classes gave dinners and 
formal teas for the faculty. Their main 
objective was to learn to plan, cook, 
prepare and serve large quantity cooking. 
In Foods I and II they learned family 
meal preparations. Students in the home 
nursing course learned management, child 
care and how to budget money. 

This year, our Industrial Art Depart- 
ment initiated a new Vocational Printing 
Course. The purpose of this course was 
to prepare industrial arts students for 
future job opportunities in the printing 
fields by teaching the correct procedures 
for job applications. 

Two new teachers were added to the 
Industrial Arts Department. They were 
Mr. Locke, who taught woodwork and 
metalwork and Mr. Wemple, who directed 
the prevocational classes. 

In the Graphic Arts Department students learn 
how to run the printing equipment. Skills are 
learned when they print the "Echo." 

With books open and paper and pencil in hand, 
Mike McAndrews concentrates deeply as he 
works on his assignment in his drafting class. 

Vickie Upshaw, a freshman home economics 
student, diligently works on sewing the latest 
fashions in Mrs. DeRossette's Clothing I Class. 







With an expression of great concentration on 
his face, senior Mike Elam works on repairing 
an amplifier in his Industrial Arts Class. 



A group of students from one of the many, 
different foods classes are busy cleaning up, 
as they prepare to leave for their next class. 




R. O. T. C. students stand at ease as one of their sponsors, Sheri Elston, and department head 
Sergeant Shanks, presents a trophy. 






R.O.T.C. and 
Business Ed. 
Learn skills 



Each student who has taken 
R. 0. T. C. this year has participated in 
team efforts and developed basic military 
skills. The Rifle Team and Drill Team 
took part in heavy competition with time 
out for the Officer's Christmas Dance 
and the Military Ball. 

The unit increased in size. While the 
cadets were holding their own with the 
same number of members as last year 
(115), the Girl's Drill Team has almost 
doubled. From a twenty -five member 
team, it had grown to a forty member 
team. The unit also included ten spon- 
sors, bringing the total membership to 
165. 

The business education classes ranged 
from Typing to Business Math. This 
year, shorthand even got the boys in on 
the act. Two new courses were intro- 
duced-Consumer Education and Record- 
keeping. Consumer Education is taught 
by Miss Boylan, who is also the 
Distributive Education Coordinator 
dealing with on-the-job-training for a 
retail occupation. Miss Keehn retired and 
two new teachers, Miss Boylan and Miss 
McNeil were added. 

Sergeant Shanks tallies money he collected for 
the cadet's new R. O. T. C. uniforms. After 
counting he registers the amount on the 
purchasing sheet. 

Mrs. Siegel helps Anita Thomas to improve her 
typing skills by observing and giving pointers on 
one of the typing lessons in Typing I, 



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Physical Ed. 
Really starts 
To look up 



Many new innovations have been made 
in the Athletic Department. "The gym 
will get a 'face-lift' " said Mr. Merrill, 
Department Head. The balconies were 
removed to give more room for tumbling 
and body conditioning apparatus. The 
locker rooms also saw a new light with 
complete remodeling. 

Additions to the curriculum, including 
outside activities, have been added. 
Swimming, tennis, bowling, golf 
and intramural sports for girls head the 
list. 

Health and Safety has taken a differ- 
ent place in the curriculum. It has been 
molded into the teams on a yearly 
basis. 

Driver's Education hasn't taken any 
new turns, but they still teach students 
the fundamentals of how to drive. 
Driver's Ed students have one classroom 
period and one practice period each day. 

This flashing freshman puts a little extra 
swing into life, as he participates in baseball 
during gym class on the northwest field 
adjoining the school. 

These young men, in freshman physical edu- 
cation classes, keep in shape and make good use 
of the field by playing baseball. 





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Anita Thomas watches carefully as a fellow classmate points out the parts of the abdominal 
cavity in their Health and Safety class. 




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These girls have a chance to lose any weight 
they gained with the exercises Mrs. Reed is 
teaching them in girls physical ed classes. 



While fellow drivers watch, Liz Bourke receives 
from Mr. Tofil that magic slip— her driver's 
license. Drivers' Ed attracts potential drivers. 



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Activities 



Extra curricular activity means growth 



education . . . the development of new 



ideas. It produces maturity and under- 



standing. It represents . . . the sharing of 



aspirations and experiences . . . ideas and 



ambitions. 





ANNUAL EDITORS: Front Row-Mary Bruce, Senior ed.. Sue McKee, Advertising Ed., Peggy 
Hudson, Academic Ed., Brian Radliffe, Activities Ed. Back Row— Mark Horwitz, Art Ed., Susanne 
Wells, Index Ed., Liz Barrow, Sports Ed., and Deborah French, Copy Ed. 



GENERAL ANNUAL STAFF: Gwen Thomas, 
Jams Eshowsky, Gail Ellers, Betsy Wells, Alison 
Rooker, Mary Bruce. 




1972 Annual 
Shows year's 
Excitement 



"Annual" Editor Barbara Hill first 
worked at the Ball State Journalism 
Workshop and then tackled the job of 
getting a staff together at Shoiti idge. The 
staff, quickly formed and inexperienced, 
learned rapidly the fundamentals of pro- 
ducing a yearbook. 

There were countless captions to write 
and no end to the layouts! The book 
followed a mosaic pattern and was bound 
by an original cover drawn by Mark 
Horwitz. 

The usual deadline dates gave many 
staff members headaches, but were final- 
ly overcome. There was also the usual 
strain of selling the book. However, on 
March 1, the "Annual" went to press. 

"Annual" advisor, Mr. Robert Hous- 
ton, arranges for a professional photo- 
grapher to come to school and take activ- 
ities section pictures. 



"Annual" staff members work on underclass 
pictures. Part of the job consisted in waiting for 
underclassmen to arrive from their classes. 



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Echo turns 
Spotlight on 
School events 



"The Shortridge Echo" was published 
weekly this year under the guidance of 
Mr. Richard Cohen. Instead of struggling 
to meet daily deadlines, the staff used a 
week to plan and put together each eight 
page issue. 

"The Echo" stepped beyond the walls 
of Shortridge in featuring varied opinions 
and reports of current events, in addition 
to sports, cartoons, and traditional fea- 
tures. While still maintaining the tradition 
of journalistic excellence at Shortridge, 
the "Echo" chose to ignore some estab- 
lished guidelines, as the staff created new 
and unusual ideas for each issue. 

Although unable for the first year to 
publish a "Christmas Echo", the staff de- 
voted a special issue of the paper to the 
holiday season, and also produced the fa- 
miliar PTA Alumni edition. 

Mr. Richard Cohen, "Echo" sponsor, confers 
with staff editors Cathy McAndrews, Terry 
Walsh, Beth Burris and Sherman Williams. 

"Echo" Staff Editors: David Ryder and Phil 
Lowry look through past years "Echo" vol- 
umes. 



ECHO STAFF: Sharon Carter, Kevin Lillard, Mike Watson, and Chris Schneider work on producing 
a more informative and interesting weekly paper. 





1972 ECHO EDITORS: Sherman Williams, Sports; Jan Nichols, Advertising; Mike Watson, Photo; 
Vanita Banks, Page; Cathy McAndrews, News; Beth Burris, Editorial; Phil Lowry, Feature. Not pic- 
tured, Dave Ryder, Sports; Diedra Yowell, News; Terry Walsh, Feature. 




ROB DAWSON, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF. 

ECHO STAFF: Row 1-Rod Usher, Luke 
Akard, Debra Weathington, Emily Gardner, 
Alexis Mirsky, Nathan Thuma, Collen Garry, 
Debbie Schneider, Jeff Ragar, David Miller, 
Greg Floyd. Back Row-Sharon Carter, Karen 
Glickert, Thorn Beck, Cathy Weber, Chris 
Schneider, Mike French. 




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Books and 
Cards bring 
Enthusiasm 

A Christmas Party and a spring picnic 
highlighted a very good year for the SHS 
Great Books Club. Freshmen, sopho- 
mores, juniors, and seniors met at private 
homes for discussion of such classics as 
Zorba the Greek. 

The Bridge Club was a new club under 
the sponsorship of Mr. Andrew Ramsey. 
The club was sparse in membership. Pres- 
ident of the Bridge Club, Patti Lee, attri- 
butes the sparseness to the fact that 
bridge is a game for mathematically-in- 
clined people. Mr. Ramsey aids the stu- 
dents in bettering their techniques. 

The Campus Book Club, a thrilling ex- 
perience for students, was formed early 
in the year. A cafeteria of literary know- 
ledge, the Campus Book Club provided 
interested students with a variety of clas- 
sics and popular writings. 

Mr. Cohen, Great Books Club sponsor, and 
three of his club members spend a free period 
in the library searching for books to read. 





CAMPUS BOOK CLUB-Front Row-Theresa Mcfarland, Joletha Sanders, Yvonne Jones, Joyce Carter. Row 2-Barbara Field, Cherolyn Rolle, Candi Wilson, 
Diana Yowell, Lois Rivers, Pam Satterfield, Cathy Johnson, Alicia Adams, Jennifer Finnell, Dawn Miller, Elizabeth Taylor. Row 3-Pam Mackey, Susie 
Allen, Marsha Anderson. Toni Williams, Beverly Snow, Patricia Blackman, Janice Broach, Cindy Starrett. 



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BRIDGE CLUB: Front Row-Becky Bennett, Cindy Starrett, Patti Lee. Back Row-Carl Woods, 
Randy Gilliland, Nathan Thuma, Mr. Andrew Ramsey (sponsor) 




GREAT BOOKS: Front Row-Marie O'Conner, Audrey Heard, Carol Hansen, Sharon Watkins, Sarah 
Beth Bradshaw, Alexis Mirsky, Jill Slaymaker, Karen Glickert, Cathy Walsh, Mindy Wright, Emily 
Gardener. Back Row-Kris Lawson, Mr. Richard Cohen (sponsor), Chris Rother, Paul Starkey, David 
Ryder, Rod Usher, Thorn Beck, Mike Watson, Phil Lowry. 



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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: Front Row: Stephanie Mosely, Carol Hansen, Mike French (presi- 
dent), Bettye-Jo Rawls (secretary), Stanley Bibbs (vice-president). Row 2: Cathy Bryant, Johnny 
Hobbs, Liz Litel, Patty Hummons, Dan Smith, Audrey Heard, Barbara Malone, Terri Willis, Merris 



NATURALISTS CLUB: Front Row: Linda 
Schneider, Sara Beth Bradshaw. Row 2: Mary 
Ann Bruce, Sue McKee, Karen Glickert, Chris 
Schneider, Betsy Wells, Kathy Weber, Barbara 
Hill, Licia Weber, Chris Thompson. Row 3: 
Mike Dutton, Mike Watson, Bizzy Lawson, 
Lynn Hosmer, Kathy Kosof, Peggy Sharpe, 
John Jellife, Graham Greene. Back Row: Dave 
Shanklin, Tom Beck, David Ryder, Steve 
Tourney, Rod Usher. 





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Young, Rob McClure, Garland Pannell. Back Row: Mike Harding, Tom Marks, Garnell Love, Patsy 
Larkin, Roz Dunham, Paul Mackell, Diane Jackson, Denise Murrell, Mary Ann Bruce, Sharon Watkins, 
Karen Glickert, Beth Ann Burris, Chung Meng. 




Naturalists — 
Honor clubs 
Occupy time 



In the spring, fifty senior candidates 
were initiated into the National Honor 
Society. To become a candidate, seniors 
had to have a B average and had to have 
been awarded two or more citations. A 
fund-raising project was held to finance 
the scholarship fund. The recipient of this 
scholarship had to be a National Honor 
Society member and was chosen by other 
members of the National Honor Society. 

The Shortridge chapter of Quill and 
Scroll initiated new members in February. 
They included: Luke Akard, Tom Beck, 
Kris Lawson, Phil Lowry, David Ryder, 
Terry Walsh, Cathy Mc Andrews, Peggy 
Hudson, and Barb Hill. 

Members of this honor organization 
for high school journalists must have 
exhibited proficiency in journalism and 
maintained a good scholastic record while 
in high school. 

Quill and Scroll sponsor is Mr. Robert 
Houston. 

The Naturalists' Club tried to schedule 
an outing every other weekend, and 
club members stretched their hiking mus- 
cles at such renowned nature retreats 
as Sugar Creek and Yellowood State 
Forest. A new project this year was 
spelunking trips to challenging Sullivan 
and Salamander Caves. 



QUILL AND SCROLL-Randy 
Phil Lowry, Rob Dawson, Tom Beck. 



Kelso, 



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Language clubs have interesting year 



The German Club, sponsored by Miss 
Louise Reiter, was a member of the Na- 
tional Federation of German Clubs. The 
members received copies of the RUND- 
SCHAU, which is published by the Fed- 
eration. Members also took part in the 
second state convention. At the meetings, 
some of the students told of experiences 
they had in Germany and members spent 
some of the time learning games played 
in Germany. 

The Spanish Club, headed by Mr. 
Richard Cohen, sponsored cultural and 
social events for students interested in 
Spanish. Their major activity of the year 
was a Christmas pinata party. Adding to 
the festivities were refreshments, live en- 
tertainment, and finally the breaking of 
the pinata. Carlos Ciernos, exchange stu- 
dent from Guadalajara, Mexico, partici- 
pated by singing and teaching Mexican 
songs, and sharing his experiences with 
students. 

This year sophomore teams elected 
members to serve on the Sophomore Ad- 
visory Counsel. This group's function was 
to try to work out problems involved 
with sophomore team teaching. 

The Spanish Club celebrated Christmas by add- 
ing a Spanish touch to the atmosphere. Marie 
O'Conner tries to break the pinata. 



GERMAN CLUB: Front Row-Melva Thomas, 
Katheleen Davis, Miss Reiter, Rita Tess, Mari- 
lyn Watkins, Nancy Craig, Jane Lingeman, Patti 
Lee, Frank Brownlow, Michael McAndrews. 
Back Row— Siefried Engler, Kenneth Gum, Karl 
Cain, Tom Craig, Dave McDowell, Jamie Gal- 
lagher, Chung Meng, Sherman Williams, Charles 
Huxelhold. 



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SOPHOMORE ADVISORY COUIMCIL-Front 
Row: Becky Bennett, Beverly Ewing, Alison 
Bond, Lathan Hollis, Toni Hall, Joe Devasher, 
Cheryl Jones. Back Row: Jane Lindeman, Pat 
Walker, James Phillips. 

SPANISH CLUB-Front Row: Vicki Ervin, 
Theresa Yates, Marie O'Connor, Pamela John- 
son, Mary Coleman, Edward Ramsey. Back 
Row: Gail Humphrey, Michelle Fraction, 
Barbara James, Avis Banks, Janine Murrell, 
Carolyn Stanfill, Robyn Nichelson, Judy Per- 
due, Carlos Miguel Cisneros, James Gibbs. 




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Quick minds trigger three successful clubs 



This year the Quiz Team won the first 
round match against Noblesville but un- 
fortunately lost the second time round. 
Their quickness and alertness helped 
them to gain their first victory. Their 
sponsor is Mrs. Constance Kirby. 

The Chess Club, sponsored by Mr. 
Baker, wanted to win and most of the 
time they succeeded. They brought home 
trophies more than once this year. 

The Shortridge Debate Club, under 
the direction of Mr. Cohen, participated 
in the Marion County Debate Tourna- 
ment in the Spring and debated other 
Marion County high schools. 

Meetings were often highlighted by 
visits from former Debate Club members 
who are now very active in public 
speaking. 



DEBATE CLUB: Tim Clark, Terance Bridgewater, Corine Coleman, Jackie Bell, Mr. Richard Cohen 
(sponsor), Gail Smith, Felicice Hinant, Derrick Bland. 



QUIZ TEAM: Front Row-Stephanie Mosley, 
Carol Hansen, Alexis Mirsky. Back Row— Thorn 
Beck, Randall Kelso, Luke Akard, Michael 
French, Mrs. Constance Kirby (sponsor) 





The Excercise in Knowledge team matches its intellectual skill against that of the Franklin Central 
team during the taping of one of the TV sessions. 



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CHESS CLUB: Front Row-David Tevebauh, Charles Williams, Alexis Mirsky, Michael Gant, Antho- 
ny Burke, Seigried Engler. Back Row: Mr. Hoover Baker (sponsor). Randy Gilliland, Charles Hamm, 
Spiro Bereveskos, Matt Richardson, Tracy Gilliland, Helem Smith. 



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OFFICERS Front Row Col Garland Pan- 
nell; Cynthia Stantly; Col. Eric Malone; Row 
2: Lt. Col Mark Horwitz; Lt. Randy Gill Hand; 
Lt. Chester Hayes; Lt. Derrick Ford. Back 
Row Maj. Fred Reed, Lt. Helem Smith; Lt. 
Anthony Burk, Lt. Steve Myers; Lt. Stanly 
Sanders; Lt. Charles Garrett; Lt. Jerome Rich- 
ardson. Lt. Johnny Manson. 




GIRL'S A & B DRILL TEAM-Front Row- 
Bonita Busby; Jerolyn Tate, Row 2-Bijanka 
Allen, Francis Johnson, Geneva Bailey, Marilyn 
Thomas, Kandi Wilson, Rose Wilson. Row 3- 
Dameta Smartt, Elaine Thornton, Carol Ward, 
Debra Tally, Frances Johnson, Toni Garrett. 
Row 4— India Bell, Shelia Bradford, Carolyn 
Allen, Rhonda Jones, Delores Jones, Peggy Sul- 
livan, Back Row-Vicki Boyd, Sherry Johnson, 
Debra Henson, Cynthia Carney. 

MEN'S DRILL TEAM-Front Row-Angie 
Orton, Derrick Ford, Stanly Sanders, Mark 
Horwitz. Row 2-Helem Smith, Charles Hob- 
son, Earl Nowlen, Anthony Allen, Jerome 
Siegal, Darrell Franklin, Cindy Stantly. Row 
3-Fred Corbin, Jeff Miller, Terry Jones, Ed 
Sanders, James Wiseman, Joe Hill. 




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After school activities big in R.O.T.C. 




The ROTC participated in many areas 
during the school year, such as daily flag- 
raising in front of the school, patrol de- 
tails for school plays, and many other 
activities. 

ROTC was active when most students 
at Shortridge were away from school. 
Events such as the Veterans Day Parade, 
the Military Ball, and the Rifle and Drill 
Team meets were only some of these im- 
portant events. All of this was in prepa- 
ration for the Annual Formal Inspection 
at the conclusion of the school year. 

The Girls Drill Team brought home a 
trophy from every drill meet in which it 
participated. The Drill and Rifle Teams 
perfected their marching and shooting 
skills and the whole group worked to- 
gether to keep the corps a strong and last- 
ing unit. 

ROTC Sponsors: Sherri Elston, Debra Bat- 
tles, Cathy Campbell, Bonita Busby, Orvella 
Isaac, Angie Orton, Cynthia Stantly, Thersa 
Davenport. 

ROTC Rifle Team: Keith Crossland, Steve 
Myers, Sherri Elston (sponsor) and Randy 
Gilliland. 




The Shortridge ROTC throughout the year appears in many parades and contests. Here, the ROTC 
marches in the Veterans Day Parade. 



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STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: Mrs. Rohn 
(sponsor), Christie Hinton (Record, sec), Dave 
Skole (V. Pres.), Kris Lawson (Pres.), Bettye- 
Jo Rawls (Treas.), Virginia Booth (Corres. Sec 





STUDENT COUNCIL: Front Row: Kris Lawson, Betty-Jo Rawls, Virginia Booth, Dave Skole. Row 2: Valerie Strong, Karen Glickert, Bijanka Allen, Don 
Fasig, Sarah Beth Bradshaw, Peggy Sharpe, Amy Campbell, Jackie Kennedy, Diane Johnson, Kim Dirkens, Mary Bruce, Dan Smith, Penny Armistead, Patty 
Hummons, Alexis Mirsky, Barbara Hill, Carolyn Waters. Row 3-Gabra Gashaw, Kathy Kosof, Nancy Creedon, Libby Henderson, Debra Sams, Renita 
O'Bannon, Betty Clark, Vickie Sallee, Vicki Anderson, Gwen Thomas, Vernyee Brown, Roz Dunham, Carol Grady, Valerie Warner, Yvonne Jones, Melba 
Williams, Angie Orton, Liz Edwards, Lydia Wilson. Row 4— Jo Davison, Jonathan Tourney, Portia Spenser, Vickie Buxton, Darlene Berryhill, Vicki Williams, 
Wanda Burks, Angelis Wilaon, Pamela Mackey, Karla Hawkins, Mary Ingraham, Stanley Bibbs, Ruth Alexander, Wanda Hopson, Edwin Walker, Peggy Hud- 
son. Back Row-Thomas Williams, Karen Minter, Alexander Clark, Cheryl Jones, Diana Lyerson, Sylvia White, Anita Singleton, Sharon Bellamy, Carl Woods, 
William Miller, Graham Green, Steve Tourney, Rod Usher. 



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HRC — Student 
Council vary 
Approaches 

The Student Council busied itself dur- 
ing semesters with trying to find the an- 
swers to the many problems that con- 
fronted Shortridge this year. 

They reviewed a behavioral code for 
the administration, faculty, and students, 
and discussed with the school board the 
possibilities of a federally-funded youth 
program in Indianapolis. Also, they dis- 
cussed team teaching, and the food situa- 
tion in the cafeteria. For one of its major 
school activities, the student council 
sponsored a very successful Homecoming 
Dance in the fall at the ISTA building. 

The HRC took a different approch 
this year. Instead of the usual meetings, 
the club sponsored special speakers and 
held special meetings scattered through- 
out the year. Mr. Roy Aberson, is also 
the Human Relations Counselor. 

HRC OFFICE RS-Gabra Gashaw, Patricia Day, 
Beverly Ewing, Diane Johnson. 



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Shortridge clubs donate time to help others 



The Shortridge Chapter of Key Club 
International, led by President Clinton 
Carbon and sponsored by the Downtown 
Kiwanis Club, lent their services around 
the school and the surrounding commu- 
nity. Service projects included Central 
State Hospital, TB Posters, and an ap- 
pearance on WTLC-FM radio. 

Girl's League and True Blue, two ser- 
vice clubs at Shortridge, combined efforts 
to aid both their school and community, 
wherever possible. Some of the projects 
rendered by these clubs in their years of 
existence were providing food for needy 
families at Thanksgiving and Christmas 
and holding drives to provide toys for 
tots at LaRue Carter and Central State 
Hospitals. 

This year, the clubs sold pom poms 
and candy canes to help raise money for 
school activities. Also, they assisted the 
PTA in their Winter Carnival of Fashion 
Show. Whenever help was needed, the 
Girl's League and True Blue Clubs were 
waiting and willing to be of some service. 



Key clubbers Michael French and Charles Huxhold prepare to change the Key Club Bulletin Board 
which tells of the coming events. 





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GIRL'S LEAGUE: Front Row-Barbara Overton, Helen Dea, Angie Orton, 
Miller, Alberta Steavens, Sandra Grady, Janet Parker, Jane Lingeman, Gwen 
Blackenbaker, Marie O'Conner, Betty Townsend, Janis Nichols, Jackie 
Carol Grady, Melanie Caudill, Joyce McKnight. Row 3-Kathy Holder, 
Willis, Carolyn Hall, Renita O'Bannon, Diane Johnson, Diane Jackson, 
line Jones, Patty Hummons, Cathy Campbell, Avis Banks, Dorine Tyman, Pam 
Brown, Michelle Hall, Peggy Turnerly, Mary Ann Jones, Linda Grady, Mary 
Trice, Vernyee Brown, Jackie Bell, Kathy Welsh, Gaile Ellers, Kathy 
Cobb, Glenda Lightfoot, Debra Broach, Johnny Johson, Barbara Jones, 
Williamson, Denise Duncan. 



Lisa Talley, Debra Davis. Row 2— Anita Thomas, Kim Hardman, LeeAnn 
Thomas, Cindy Starrett, Colleen Bolden, Tara Caldwell, Carol Watson, Susan 
Dupree, Bettye-Jo Rawls, Jill Slaymaker, Cheryle Williams, Kathy McClure, 
Elizabeth Taylor, Elaine Beasly, Judy Hawkins, Lynn Kincaide, Terry 
Bonita Busby, Corine Coleman, Sharon Merriweather, Orvella Isaac, Marcel- 
Satterfield, Donna Johnson. Row 4— Jennifer Atams, Thea Tyler, Patricia 
Ann Allen, Shari McCrae, Liz Edwards, Judy Massey, Marva Cobb, Marlene 
Campbell, Rosemary Carpenter (sponsor). Row 5— Cynthia Holland, Terri 
Andrea Anderson, Jaunie Broach, Judy Starks, Patricia Stewart, Barbara 







KEY CLUB-Front Row-Brian Radliffe (Vice 
President), Michael French (Lt. gov.), Clinton 
Carbon (President), Dale Dup.ee (Treasurer), 
Rob Dawson (Secretary). Row 2— Todd Ru- 
mor, Brian Williams, Ira Hogan, Dave Skole, 
Keith Crain, Richard Tourney, Curtis Rumor, 
John Ray, Carl Cain, John Crawford, Greg 
Horwitz, Tom Marks, David Moore, Derek 
Crider, John Jelliffe, Michael White, Tim Lewis. 
Row 4— Steve Hatcheck, Kim Baker, Charles 
Huxhold, Chris Solterman, John Tourney, 
David Ryder, Steve Tourney, Mark Moss, Al 
Cobb. Back Row— Paul Mackell, Tom 
McDowell, Dennis Taylor, Luke Akard, Jack 
Brown, Jim Jelliffe, Rob McClure, Daryl Stout, 
Frank Brownlow. 




TRUE BLUE: Front Row— Robin Wallace, Helen Dea, Elizabeth Taylor, Alberta Steavens, Cindy Starrett, Jane Lingeman, Gwen Thomas, Diane 
Johnson, Maurceline Jones, Vickie Benberry, Diane Jackson, Bonita Busby, Cathy Campbell, Betty Townsend, Patty Hummons, Orvella Isaac, Lisa Tal- 
ley, Cheryle Williams, Jill Slaymaker, Kathy McClure, Melanie Caudill, Joyce McKnight. Row 2-Terry Willis, Dana Yowell, Judy Hawkins, Elaine Beasly, 
Mary Ann Allen, Patricia Stewart, Debra Ford, Kathy Holder, Shari McCrae, Renita O'Bannon, Carol Grady, Pam Satterfield, Mane O'Conner, Judy 
Starks, Dorine Tyman, Judy Massey, Diane Johnson, Hanese Kennedy. Michael Gant. Row 3— Sharon Memweather, Jackie Smith, Cynthia Holland, 
Mary Ann Jones, Angie Orton, Denise Duncan, Marlene Trice, Barbara Overton, Verynee Brown, Jackie Bell, Debra Davis, Dale Dupree, Jackie 
Dupree, Jackie Roddy. Back Row-Glenda Lightfoot, Terri Cobb, Linda Grady, Carl Woods, Jaunice Broach, Gail Ellers, Cathy Welsh, Carol Watson, 
Dan Smith, Mrs. Carpenter (sponsor). 



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Clubs serve students and their community 



Career Sampling this year helped 
Shortridge students find their way in the 
outside world. It assisted pupils in sam- 
pling jobs so that they would have a bet- 
ter idea about planning their futures. Also 
it sponsored field trips for students in 
such areas as politics and medicine. 

The Shortridge Chapter of the Red 
Cross had a year filled with many "good- 
deed" activities. Red Cross members sang 
at nursing homes for the Aged, volunteer- 
ed their services as Blue Angels in Veter- 
an's Administration hospitals, and filled 
overseas chests and friendship boxes with 
toys and goodies for the children in depri- 
ved areas overseas. 

The Arts and Fine Arts club, sponsor- 
ed by Sheldon Kantor, is an organization 
dedicated to continuous learning and ser- 
vice through the art media. This club 
participated in many special projects 
throughout the year. One of the duties of 
the club was to take care of the Rhoda 
Selleck Gallary. 

Y-Teens is a branch of the Y.W.C.A. 
sponsored by Mrs. Ooley. The club parti- 
cipated in many activities, such as visiting 
and assisting the elderly and sick. Also, 
they had such entertaining events as hay- 
rides and holiday parties. 



CAREER SAMPLING: Front Row-Kelly Shea, Jack Brown, Marie O'Conner, Angela Harrington, 
Row 2 — Debbie Merriman, Carol Watson, Carol Grady, Sheila Ledford, Karen Glickert, Sue Lawerence, 
Mrs. Richardson, sponsor. Back Row: Patti Lee, Dale Dupree, Suzanne Wells. 




Y-TEENS: Front Row-Avis Banks, Nelvia Barnett, Lenia Sanders, Debbie French. Row 2— Rita Hogan, Ruth Alexander, Cathy Campbell, Roslyn Busby, 
Vickie Upshaw, Sheila Ledford, Desra Lei Moore. Back Row— Patricia Steward, Jackie Bell, Patricia Lucas, Dolly Campbell, Barbara Williamson, Vamta 
Banks, Mrs. Ooley, sponsor. 



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RED CROSS-Front Row: Barbara Overton, 
Betty Clark, Shari McCray, Debra Duke. Row 
2— Anita Singleton, Avis Johnson, Diane 
Arnold, Eleanor Heard, Cathy Johnson, Theresa 
McFarland, Carol Grady. Back Row: Barbara 
Sanders, Renee Hansborough, Renita O'Ban- 
non, Betty Clark, Yvonne Jones. 



ART CLUB: Mary Ringel, Joe Johnson, Gaile Ellers, Mike Bryant, Helen Dea. 



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New musical experiences ring in 'Ridge 



The Shortridge A Capella Choir 
worked very hard again this year. This 
top choral group worked with many new 
types of music as well as experienced new 
sounds. Among the groups repertoire was 
preparing for the Annual Choral Classic. 
The PASSION ACCORDING TO ST. 
JOHN, by Johann Sebastian Bach, was 
presented by the choir and soloists from 
all over the midwest. 

Only one word really describes the 
Shortridge Madrigal Singers— new. This 
year's group presented greatly diverse 
programs; from Bach's SINGER DEM 
HERRN to Ernest's Toch's GEOGRAPHI- 
CAL FUGUE, a unique type of choral 
composition in which the singers speak, 
not sing. Concerts at the Indianapolis 
Museum of Art, Herron Art School, and 
Richmond, Indiana, as well as the tradi- 
tional caroling in the hospitals were per- 
formed. The men's black tuxedos comple- 
mented the ladies' blue crepe dresses. 

It was another extremely busy year for 
the New Establishment. This group of 
entertainers presented shows for the 
Democratic Committee, the Blind School, 
the Deaf School and Brazil, Indiana. This 
year's group went on T.V., and had sev- 
eral programs on the Morning Show and 
the Clover Power Show. The girls were 
dressed in blue hotpants outfits with 
boots, the men in red and white outfits. 



The Star-Spangled Banner is being sung by the New Establishment at one of the home basketball 
games. The group has given many such performances. 





A CAPELLA: Front Row-Rolanda Hardiman, Anita Thomas, Amy Wells, Betsy Wells, Jane Lmgeman, Bernadette Macwell, Jane Henderson, Mary 
Rmgel, Licia Weber, Debbie Mernman, Alexis Mirsky, Alison Rooker, Michael Gant, Andrew Consentino, Michael White, Kevin Lillard, Michael Bryant. 
Row 2 — Audrey Heard, Penny Armistead, Bonita Webster, Terry Willis, Julia Zimmerman, Jody Wooley, Janice Lumpkin, Barbara Malone, Valerie Chris- 
topher, Joy Evans, Carol Grady, Debra Davis, Liz Edwards, Ira Hogan, David Moore, Donald Davis, Clinton Carbon, John Crawford. Row 3 — Mary Bruce, 
Malydin Wilson, Barbara Overton, Amy Campbell, Patricia Steward, Denise Hughley, Michelle Hall, Sarah Edyvean, Carol Watson, Michelle Franklin, 
James Gibbs, Eric Vaughn, Scott Harchell, Dan Duke, Howard Baetzhold. Row 4-Valene Parker, Andrea Anderson, Dolly Campbell, Sylvia White, 
Lulsa Jones, Mary Ingraham, Lois Stratton, Denise Murrell, Carl Woods, Steve Wilburn, Dan Smith. 




NEW ESTABLISHMENT: Front Row-Butch Lloyd, James Payton, Larry King, Patty Hummons, Clinton Carbon, Tom Clark, Michael White, Janice 
Lumpkin, Ira Hogan, Roz Dunham, Jack Brown, Betsy Branson, Mark Moss, Marya Reed, Alan Quinney, Rose Harger, David Moore, Liz Barrow, Andrew 
Consentino, Terry Willis, Dale Dupree. Row 2-Pheldon Majors, Brian Radliffe, Tom Marks, Keith Crain. 



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BRASS CHOIR — Front Row— Gabra Gashaw, Keith Lasher, Tom Marks, Robert Thompson, Mike Wat- 
kins, Keith Crain. Back Row— Frank Maxwell, Dale Dupree, Pheldon Majors, Paul Starkey, Brad 
Martin, Tracy Gilliland. 





BAND— Front Row— Dorine Twyman, Laurie Gardner, Pamela Mosley, Susan Blankenbaker, Lisa Talley, Kathleen Davis, Cathy Walsh, Mindy Wright. Row 
2— Barbara Malone, Phyllis Peacher, Gloria Johnson, Lois Ann Zimmerman, Amy Campbell, Avis Banks, Julia Zimmerman, Terri Parker, Daryl Griffin, 
Robert Thompson, Dwight Howard, Ralph Davenport, Mike Watkins. Row 3— Dennis Russell, Clinton Carbon, James Goodrich, Chris Solterman, Mike 
Harding, Tom Marks, Keith Lasher, Gabra Gashaw, Keith Crain, Alan Quinney, Brian Radliffe, Mr. Leonard Behling (Director). Back Row-Edwin 
Walker, Herman Burdette, George Lee, Frank Maxwell, Dale Dupree, Howard Henry, Pheldon Majors, Paul Starkey, Brad Martin, Tracy Gilliland. 



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Music group 
Adds culture 
To school 

A new addition to the Band is a Pom 
pom corps called the Deviletts. Miss Lynn 
McDowell is the sponsor. 

Besides marching four times during 
the football season, the band played for 
the Grand Spree at Raceway Park, the 
opening of a MacDonald's restaurant. 
Federal Inspection, The 500 mile Parade, 
and Commencement. The highlight of the 
year was the Sweaterman's Concert on 
March 24th. The Brass Choir and Stage 
Band had several performances during the 
Christmas season. 

The fourty-two member orchestra had 
its first performance at Christmas time. 
They played three selections; CHRIST- 
MAS FUGUE arranged by Brown; 
CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL by Leroy An- 
derson; BACH CANTATA no. 147. 

One group, derived from the orches- 
tra, is the string ensemble. This consists 
of ten select members of the orchestra. 
They specialized in playing for special 
events, which came up during the year. 
The most important event for the orches- 
tra was the orchestra contest on April 22. 

ORCHESTRA-Front Row-Carol Hansen, 
Janis Eshowsky, Sandra Cameron, Luisa Jones, 
Joy Evans, Alison Rooker. Debra Mason, Sarah 
Beth Bradshaw, Audrey Heard. Row 2— Jane 
Warders, Patricia Mosley, Lynn Kincaid, Jacky 
Roddy, Denise Duncan, Phyllis Peacher, Bar- 
bara Malone, Dorine Twyman, Kathleen Davis, 
Cathy Walsh, Mindy Wright, Frank Maxwell, 
Steve Ferguson, Orelius Barnett, Miles Lloyd, 
Larry King. Back Row— Mr. John Medjeski 
(Director), Dennis Russell, Clinton Carbon, Ed- 
win Walker, Geroge Lee, Brian Radliffe, Alan 
Quinney, Keith Crain, Tom Marks, Keith Lash- 
er, Gabra Gashaw, Tracy Gilliland, Brad Martin, 
Pheldon Majors. 



STRING ENSEMBLE— Carol Hansen, Janis Eshowsky, Patricia Mosley, Mr. John Medjeski (Director), 
Sandra Cameron, Joy Evans, Alison Rooker, Larry King, Sarah Beth Bradshaw, Audrey Heard. 



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nays display anorrnage acring raiems 



This year, the Class of 72 presented 
the seventeenth century play "Cyrano de 
Bergerac." The romantic tragedy center- 
ed around Cyrano's powerful love for 
Roxanne. She, in turn loved Christian 
and knew nothing of Cyrano's love for 
her. The production had an impressive 
sword-fighting scene and battle scene. It 
also featured several rib-tickling mo- 
ments, as when a certain young soldier 
died of fright instead of a bullet! 

Last Spring the All-School Play "Up 
The Down Staircase" was presented. It 
was a story of a young impressionistic 
teacher who had to cope with the hard- 
ships of innercity high school English 
classes. The play proved humorous as 
well as serious and provided entertain- 
ment for all who attended. 

This Spring, the school PTA Musical 
"You're a Good Man Charlie Brown" was 
presented. The play put "The Peanuts" 
cartoon strip characters to life. This is a 
play that is usually put on in the Fall, 
but this Fall, Marion College presented it, 
so Shortridgers were forced to put it off 
'til Spring. 

Clinton Carbon, portraying Cyrano de Bergerac 
in the Senior Play, stares endlessly into space 
as he tries to find the end of his nose. 

In the Senior Play, Captain Carbon (Brian Rad- 
liffe), and LeBret (Paul Starkey), show concern 
as they learn that their camp is doomed. 




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In the all-school production of "Up the Down Staircase", Tom Beck expresses contempt, while the 
rest of the class exhibits perfect disinterest. 



Footlighters, 
Thespians 
Do their part 



This year the Footlights Club per- 
formed at all the neighborhood schools 
during Christmas time, when they gave 
the play, "Mugsy's Merry Christmas." 
The members of the club and their 
sponsor, Mr. Philip Hirsch, spent the 
year learning more about various fields 
of dramatics. Footlighters, who became 
really involved, earned enough points to 
be initiated into the National Thespian 
Troupe. To belong to Thespians, one 
must earn ten points, which would mean 
the individual had worked for the drama- 
tic department for one hundred hours, 
either as a member of a cast or working 
on make-up and stage crews. 

The stage crew this year was led by 
Mr. Sheldon Kantor. Their various tasks 
included working the stage lights, chang- 
ing scenery, and general work backstage. 

Senior Patricia Hummons marks carefully as 
she gives Carl Woods fake side burns in pre- 
paration for his many parts in the Senior Play. 





FOOTLIGHTS: Front Row-Patty Hummons, Michael Gant, Debra Edwards, Mary Ringel, Cathy 
Campbell, Clinton Carbon, Bonita Busby, Orvella Issac, Charice Burch, Janice Lumpkins, Michael 
Jordan, Row 2-Tim Lewis, Karen Glickert, Libbie Henderson, Dan Smith, Denise Whitly, Sarah 
Edyvean, Rosalyn Busby, Penny Armistead, Mary Bruce, Kathy Poke, Velma Howard, Lucinda 
Marshall, John Ray, Uzo Osili, Row 3-Frank Brownlow, Carl Woods, Tom Williams, Thorn Beck, 
Kevin Lillard, Claire Griffin, Garry Ellers, Michelle Rogers, Michael Bryant, Peggy Hudson, Marie 
O'Conner, Carol Morgan. 



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STAGE CREW: Sarah Edyvean, Mike Foley, 
Mary Ringel, David Adams, Don Fasig, Kevin 
Lillard, Jon Jelliffe, Cindy Starrett, Mike 
Watson, Keith Crain, Hershel Miller, Eric 
Mullen. 

THESPIANS: Front Row-Dan Smith, Steph- 
anie Mosley, Karen Glickert, Mary Ringel, 
Penny Armistead, Don Fasig, Rita Tess, Carol 
Morgan. Back Row— Kevin Lillard, Thorn Beck, 
Michael McAndrews, Denise Hughley, Bonita 
Webster, Clinton Carbon, Michael E. Bryant, 
Claire Griffin. 



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Two families stand next to each other not knowing that their offspring Oliver Barry and Jenny 
Capillary are to fall in love in "Here We Go Again." 




The narrator of "A Grimm Tale" relates the 
surprise of Prince Charming, the Wicked 
Witches, and the Mirror when the Huntsman 
proposes to Snowflake. 

The leads from "Backstage of Son of Fast and 
Bulbous Jelly" ham it up with Susie Sweet- 
body, the stripper, watching with glee in her 
eyes. 



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"Fifty Years of that Wonderful Thing" 



Cleaning 
vaudevill 



up for the 
e act "Lend 



town fair isn't 
Me Your Ears' 



all work for this group of laborers. These "workers" danced in the 




The theme for the fiftieth anniversary 
of Junior Vaudeville at Shortridge was 
appropriately called "Fifty Years of that 
Wonderful Thing". The judges, made up 
of a select group of teachers, chose four 
of the six acts that made up the 1972 
Junior Vaudeville. 

"A Grimm Tale" was a satire on the 
fairy tale, "Snow White and the Seven 
Dwarfs." 

The big-eared residents of Eustachia 
combat their suspicions of people who 
have only regular-size human ears in 
"Lend Me Your Ears". 

In "Here We Go Again", the audience 
followed the mischievous antics of two 
little kids as they grow up. 

"Backstage With the Son of Fast and 
Bulbous Jelly" showed what really went 
on backstage during a Vaudeville Act. 

Patty Hummons, daughter of the mayor, played 
by Pete Buschman, pleads with her father to 
let her favorite musical group come to town. 

Doing what all little kids do, Clinton Carbon 
acts out his part in "Here We Go Again". He 
portrays a little boy who fell in love with a girl, 





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Athletics 



The thrill of competition 



admiration of the student body 



motivate the athlete ... to great effort 



and achievement. He finds himself 



involved in an experiment in greatness. 






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VARSITY TRACK TEAM: Front Row — Damen Kennedy, Richard Payne, Elbert Hill, Brian Boaz, Fred Reed, Rod Smith, David Moore, Greg Smith, Greg 
Porter, Bucky Frazier. Second Row— Tim Lewis, Greg Jones, Rod White, Melvin McNary, Tom Washington, Walter Peacock, John Swannigan, Dallas Gaines, 
Alfonzo Cobb, Bob Jones. Back Row— Kim Dickens, Tom Jones, Julius Scott, Titus Rush, Coach Hausman, Curtis Foster, James Wells, Coach Thomas, Mike 
Young. 





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Rodney Smith puts forth a most gallant effort James Wells and Walter Peacock are demonstrating Senior Power in a track meet at Chrispus Attucks 
as he participates in the high jump in one of High School. 
Shortridge's many track meets last season. 



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Track team finishes third in city 



! 




The track season literally started off 
with a bang! The gun was fired as a signal 
to the runners to begin their dashing, 
hurdling, relaying, and distance running. 

With the efforts of four cindermen, 
three jumpers and a shot putter, Short- 
ridge roared to a third place finish in 
City Qualifications. Multi-talented Walter 
Peacock finished first place in the 100- 
yard dash, sophomore Al Cobb placed 
second in the shot put category, and Bob 
Jones received a third in the high hurdles 
with a time of 14.8. Unfortunately, judg- 
ing of the order of finish in the Regional 
Tourney brought Jones chances for the 
state title to an end. 



In agony. Bob Jones races to the finish line and 
chalks up another victory for SHS. Much skill 
and hard work goes into making a track team. 







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Al Cobb grimaces as he strains every muscle to 
defeat his opponent in a shot put event at a 
Shortridge track meet. 



1971 VARSITY TRACK SCORES 




Opp. 


SHS 


Wood 


75 


38 


j Brebeuf 


58 


56 


1 Marshall 


24 


55 


Manual 


65 


55 


Tech 


85 


26 


Cathedral 


37 


50 


Brebeuf 


54 


50 


Roncalli 


63 


60 


Decatur Central 


61 


60 


Broad Ripple 


65 


57 


Manual 


95 


18 


City 


6th 


City -County 


9th 


Sectional 


5th 



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Devils upset 
Touted foes: 
Whop Wood" 

The Shortridge Baseball team reached 
its peak in the middle of the season with 
an upset win over highly favored Broad 
Ripple and Arlington. The Rockets got 
their revenge against the Devils late in the 
season by beating them in the State 
Tourney. After two loses late in the 
season, the Devils beat Wood 8-7 in a 
"barn burner". 

The Devils lost a star player, Ron 
Jones, early in the season when he col- 
lided with Sherman Williams and broke 
his leg in a game against Chatard. Senior 
leaders Moto Murrey and Steve Williams, 
along with underclassmen Juan Jones and 
David Morokoff, barely lost to Marshall 
in a close game of the City Tourney. 

While the seasonal average was less 
than .500, the team spirit was excellent 
arid Coach Tom Harding expects an 
improved season this year. 



A big swing from Juan Jones takes place after he carefully aims, in an exciting Shortridge baseball 
game last season. Notice his fine stance. 



VARSITY BASEBALL 




SCHEDULE 


1971 










OPP. 


SHS 


Manual 




17 


6 


Cathedral 




14 


6 


Wood 




7 


8 


Anderson 




9 


1 


Chatard 




9 


8 


Ben Davis 




2 


3 


Washington 




7 


4 


Ritter 




3 


4 


: Broad Ripple 




12 


5 


Brebeuf 




5 


4 


Arlington 




8 


10 


Scecina 




18 


6 


Howe 




4 


1 


Tech 




9 


8 


Latin School 




5 


2 



Varsity Baseball Team Front Row — Daryl 
Stout, Dave Shanklin, Juan Jones, Donald 
Johnson, Gerald Murray, Bill Springer, Asst. 
Coach, Back Row-Steve Williams, Mike Myers, 
Dave Morokoff, Steve Singletary, Chester 
Dorsey, Mike Harding, Art Cobb, Ron Jones, 
Mark McDonald, Tom Harding, Head Coach. 




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Mark McDonald catches a pitch from Dave 
Shanklin, while Don Johnson watches from the 
outfield. They are warming up for a game 
which they won. 

Dave Morokoff protects first base, as a Short- 
ridge foe bites the dust, and the umpire 
decides if he is safe. Dave is also an excellent 
pitcher. 



RESERVE BASEBALL TEAM: Front Row-Reggie Jordan, Willie Johnson, Derrick Burks, Frank 
Williams, Robert Lewis, John Hopkins. Back Row-Raymond Baker, Coach Ron Freeland, John 
Pierson, Herbert Stratton, Tracy Gilliand, Chris Pike, Sherman Williams, Brian Williams. 



1971 VARSITY GOLF SCORES 








Opp. 


SHS 


North Central 




12 





Wood 







12 


' Tech 




4 


8 


Chatard 




8 1 / 2 


3% 


! Arlington 




12 





Brebeuf 




10 


2 


Park 




6% 


3 1 / 2 


Broad Ripple 




10 


2 


Northwest 




12 





I Roncali 




8 


4 


Cathedral 




10 


2 


Howe 




10 


2 


;i Scecina 




5 


7 


Attucks (City 


Tourney) 





12 


( Ritter 




4 





Washington 




6 


6 


Manual 




10 


2 



Matt Kramer prepares to take a divot out of junior Rob McClure's nose at the Riverside Golf Course 
during golf practice. It looks as if Matt wants to get a-head. 



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VARSITY GOLF TEAM: Front Row-Matt 
Kramer, Dave Speckman, Tim McDowell. Back 
Row-Mr. Burdick (coach), Alan Patterson, 
Gary Ogden, Rob McClure. 



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Taking careful aim, Allen Patterson shows us 
his putting stance. This senior practices regu- 
larly at the Riverside Course. 



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VARSITY TENNIS TEAM: First Row-Randall Kelso, Doug Thompson, Dave Ryder, Kevin Kelso, 
Jack Brown. Back Row-Tom Marks, Chris Personger, Roddy Usher, Howre Baetzhold, Steve Hat- 
check, Mr. Tolin (coach). 




Racketeers 
And putters 
Swing high 



Led by two senior stars, Kevin Kelso 
and Todd Dietz, the Shortridge tennis 
team fought off some early season losses 
to give first year coach Steve Tolin a third 
place finish in the city tourney. 

The top two varsity spots were solidly 
filled by Kevin and Todd, with juniors 
Randy Kelso and Tom Marks holding the 
number three and four spots respectively. 
The fifth, and final, varsity spot was 
evenly split between sophomore stand- 
outs David Ryder and Doug Thompson. 
These six steered the Satans to an excel- 
lent 9-5 season. 

Following the leadership of captain 
Dave Speckman, the Shortridge teesters 
overcame a difficult schedule to place 
eleventh in the city tourney. Dave's 
performance on the putting green, as well 
as the basketball court, enabled him to 
become the recipient of the Robert L. 
Nipper Award for the outstanding senior 
athlete. His seasonal average was forty 
strokes for every nine holes. 

Other senior participents Tim 
McDowell, Alan Patterson and Gary Og- 
den were also varsity performers. Short- 
ridge lost Matt Kramer to Brownsburg 
and was left with Rob McClure as the 
only returning putter. 

Kevin Kelso, top seeded tennis player, watches 
attentively as the ball sails over the net. He 
breezed through the season with a 13-1 record. 



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1971 VARSITY TENNIS SCORES 






Opp. 


SHS 


Tech 





5 


Brebeuf 


4 


1 


i Wood 


1 


4 


Attucks 


2 


5 


Arlington 


5 


2 


Northwest 


1 


6 


Park 


4 


3 


Manual 


1 


6 


Scecina 





7 


Broad Ripple 


6 


1 


Cathedral 


1 


6 


Howe 


4 


3 


Marshall 


2 


5 


Washington 





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Harriers and Soccer Team run to win 



The Shortridge Varsity Cross-Country 
Team posted a 5-5 record in dual com- 
petition. The team finished seventh out 
of the sixteen teams in the City Meet and 
tenth out of twenty-two in the 
Sectionals. 

Richard Payne, a senior letterman on 
the Cross-Country team made good on 
the two mile run, along with top runners 
Albert Hill, who is also captain of the 
team, and Brian Boaz. 

Mr. Larry Humes, Cross-Country 
Coach, said, "Because we will have so 
many underclassmen returning, we ex- 
pect the team to be stronger. Also, more 
and more guys are becoming interested in 
Cross-Country. We hope to make the top 
five in the Sectionals next year." 

Under the leadership of Coach John 
Katsaropolous, an energetic group of 
Shortridgers joined together this year to 
form the Shortridge Soccer Club, bring- 
ing a new look to Shortridge's already 
varied activities. 

Combining a limited knowledge of 
soccer with a burning desire to have fun, 
the team cavorted about in blue and 
white uniforms, while challenging some 
of the toughest soccer teams in the state 
of Indiana. Among the club's more form- 
idable opponents was the Indianapolis 
Soccer Club, which competed profession- 
ally, when it was not battling the 34th 
street montage of athletes superb. 

While running in a cross-country meet against 
Wood, Junior Brian Boaz leads the harriers and 
sets the pace for the other runners 

After a tiring and exhausting cross-country 
contest, Derek Curry helps sophomore Chris 
Hill to his feet, while a teammate looks on. 



1971 VARSITY CROSS 


COUNTRY 


OPPONENT 




S.H.S. 


Brebeuf 


25 


32 


Ben Davis Inv. 




7th 


Decatur Central 


37 


18 


Washington Inv. 




6th 


Pike 


27 


28 


Ritter 


40 


15 


Broad Ripple 


38 


17 


Roncalli 


55 


16 


North Central 


15 


40 


Manual 


20 


38 


City Meet 




6th 


Partiot Inv. 




14th 


Wood 


18 


37 


Sectionals 




10th 


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"SHORT RIDGE SOCCER TEAM" 

Row 1— Mike Watson, Doug Thompson, Licia Weber, Mary Lawson, Brad Rector, John Fewell, Bruce 
Bolander. Row 2— Kevin Smith, Dave Shanklin, Gary Ellers, Mike Watkins, Mr. Katsaropolous 
(sponsor), Don Mackenzie, Thomas Beck, Cathy Weber, Roddy Usher, Mike Foley. 





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Junior Sherman Williams, followed closely by 
his opponents, passess them to take the lead 
during the cross country meet. 

1971 CROSS COUNTRY TEAM 
Row 1 -Albert Hill, Latherio Smith, Dwight 
Hopkins, Derek Curry. Row 2— Derek Bland, 
Brian Boaz, John Swanigan, Mr. Humes 
(coach), Tom Jones, Richard Payne, Chris Hill. 
Not pictured: Kenny Price, Tom Watkins. 





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Devils are triumphant with record 9-1 season 




Senior standout Walter Peacock led 
the Blue Devil football squad to a highly 
successful year, with a rank of third in 
the city. The Satans gave up only one 
win, when the Cathedral Irish captured 
the seventh game of the season. Although 
the loss destroyed our "tenth in the 
state" rankings, the Devils went on to set 
three records in scoring in the city. 

The mighty Peacock scored sixty 
points against Wood, enabling him to 
break two previous records for scoring in 
a single game. His sixty points, added to 
the team's additional twenty-four, broke 
another city record for the most number 
of points scored in one game by a team, 
eighty-four. 

Shortridge placed two men on the first 
string all-city team. Junior Al Cobb also 
earned the honor by intercepting five 
passes, four of them for touchdowns. 

The reserve team had a remarkable 
season record of 10-0, winning the city 
reserve championship. In addition 
to that, the team was only scored upon 
twice, by unbeaten Catheral for eight 
points. 



At above left, 1971 VARSITY FOOTBALL 
TEAM: Front Row-Walter Cain, David 
Moore, Dave Skole, Curtis Rumor, Tom Grif- 
fin. Back Row— James Payton, Keith Lyerson, 
Garland Pannel, Chester Hayes. 

At left, 1971 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM: 
Front Row-Mark Moss, Chris Solterman, Daryl 
Stout, Dennis Taylor. Back Row-Greg Jones. 
Ron Wilkins, Gregory Rand, Al Cobb. 



1971 VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES 


OPPONENT 




SHS 


Marshall 


6 


34 


Northwest 


6 


32 


Pike 


22 


34 


': Ben Davis 





44 


Ritter 


7 


46 


Roncalli 


20 


30 


Cathedral 


13 


8 


Wood 





84 


Broad Ripple 


7 


38 


Tech 


8 


22 



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Walter Peacock, pushes against Wood's number 
22 as he runs for 6 of the 60 points he made in 
the game against Wood. 




Wood players tackle Shortridge's ball carrier in 
a defensive play. The Devils were victorious 
over the Woodchuck's with the score of 84-0. 

Mr. Gibson and Mr. Hausmann stand on the 
sidelines holding markers and speak of the fine 
work of our team at the Broad Ripple game, 
game. 






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Shortridge Safaris score seasonal smash! 




Chester Dorsey, Shortridge junior is shown here in his natural habitat— the basketball court. Chester has 
been forward and guard. 



Topping off one of the most 
spectacular individual careers in Short- 
ridge basketball history, Charlie Jordan 
led the Satans to a highly successful 
17-5 season. The Blue Devils upended 
state powers Richmond and Lafayette 
before falling finally to city champ Ar- 
lington in the first game of the sectionals, 
67-66. 

Jordan, high school All-American, led 
the team in scoring and rebounding as he 
proved to be the backbone of the team. 
His 1150 points over a three year period 
placed him with an elite group of only 50 
players in the city's history to score over 
1000 points. With these amazing creden- 
tials, it seems hard to believe that during 
his three years on the varsity squad, 
Jordan was never a member of a winning 
sectional team. 

Senior Warren Boyd and junior Ron 
Jones complemented Jordan perfectly on 
the front line. Warren was the team's 
second leading rebounder and the quiet 
leader of the Satans. 

Ron Jones will team with defensive 
ace Chester Dorsey to form an exper- 
ienced team next year. Outstanding play- 
er, junior Wayne Burris was frequently 
seen as a back up man for Dorsey and 
Ron. 

Second year coach, Larry Humes had 
a fantastic reserve team, which won the 
City Reserve Championship for the first 
time for Shortridge, from which to draw 
for next year. 



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1971-1972 VARSITY 




BASKETBALL SCORES 




OPPONENT 


OPP 


SHS 


Anderson 


48 


58 


Washington 


56 


80 


Ben Davis 


44 


68 


Richmond 


74 


78 


Wood 


57 


88 


Chatard 


57 


51 


Brebeuf 


50 


90 


Crispus Attucks 


54 


72 


Scecina 


50 


64 


Vincennes 


69 


67 


Roncalli 


46 


72 


Arlington 


65 


70 


Tech 


69 


76 


Cathedral 


61 


70 


Manual 


67 


85 


Broad Ripple 


72 


84 


Lafayette 


57 


72 


Connersville 


69 


65 


Scecina 


70 


97 


Tech 


60 


84 


Washington 


61 


58 


Arlington (SECT.) 


67 


66 



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FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM: Front 
Row-Gerald Greenway, Paul Simmons, Ed 
Ramsey, Rod Howell, Joe Adams. Back Row- 
Lamount Gilbert, Tom Brinkley, Harold Con- 
roy. Jay Alley, Willie Ealy, Coach Bill Perry. 

RESERVE BASKETBALL COACH: Front 
Row— Coach Bill Springer, Steve Singleteary, 
Alexander Clark, William Lash, Tony Shirley, 
DeWayne Brown, Titus Rush, Todd Rumer, 
(mgr.) Back Row-William Bryant, (mgr.),Greg 
Elder, Keith Nye, Tom Jones, Robert Harris, 
Spiro Bereveskos, Allan Wiles, Orelius Barnett, 
Coach Larry Humes. 




Ron Jones, Shortridge starting guard, in a 
stance that says "Give me the ball!" calls a play 
during a basketball game at the Tech gym. 




VARSITY .BASKETBALL TEAM: Front Row-Coach Bill Springer, Jim Gibson, Jim Ellison, Ron 
Jones, Chester Dorsey, Wayne Burris, Juan Jones, Tim Lewis (mgr.). Back Row-Warren Boyd, 
Pheldon Majors, Charles Jordan, Bill Smith, Jim White, Derrick Ransome, Mark McDonald, Mr. Larry 
Humes, Coach. 



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Senior center Charles Jordan, surrounded by 
the opposition, leaps into the air for an impor- 
tant rebound during the Shortridge-Wood game. 



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Johnny Hobbs, State Champ for the last two years, prepares to win a wrestling match with one of his 
city opponents. John was undefeated this season. 



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John Hobbs 
Wins Mumby 
Trophy-State 

Led by two-time state champion, John 
Hobbs, the Shortridge grapplers com- 
pleted a successful season with a record 
of six wins and three loses. Spurred on by 
his second remarkable season of no de- 
feats, Hobbs went on to win not only the 
state championship, but also the coveted 
Harold F. Mumby Trophy given to the 
state's most outstanding wrestler. 

Unfortunately John Hobbs is a senior, 
and will not be able to be with the 
Satans next year. However, Coach Boar- 
man looks with great confidence at sev- 
eral underclassmen who helped give the 
reserve squad an undefeated season. Ju- 
nior Derek Bland (112 lbs.) is Boarman's 
most promising wrestler, losing only once 
to Manual's city champion. He also won 
the state sectionals, Feb. 4, but lost the 
next week in the regionals, leaving Hobbs 
the only Shortridge contender. Mitchel 
Smith is another underclassman that 
Boarman feels will be a big asset next 
year. He won second place in his weight 
class division during the city tourney. 

However, Mike Nemecek and Kanya 
Oliver should not be left off the list 
of next years' hopefuls. Although their 
records didn't show many wins, they 
were competing for their wins in the 
very competitive heavy weight division. 

Under the direction of Coach Jerry Chance, the 
freshmen wrestling team observes two team 
members as they practice their wrestling holds. 



1971-72 VARSITY 


WRESTLING SCORES 


OPPONENT 


OPP. 


SHS 


Arlington 


18 


36 


Chatard 


24 


22 


Washington 


27 


30 


Wood 


3 


56 


Warren Central 






Tourney 




4th Place 


City Tourney 




8th Place 


Secina 


32 


23 


Tech 


34 


24 


Tipton Tourney 




3rd Place 


Cathedral 


18 


34 


North Central 


8 


46 


Brebeuf 


25 


45 


Sectionals 




4th Place 


Regionals 




10th Place 


State 




5th Place 



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RESERVE CHEERLEADERS: Front Row: 
Alonzo Finn, Melva Thomas, Cindy Williams, 
Back Row: Cindy Starret, Lenia Sanders, Toni 
Hurrle, NOT PICTURED: Vanita Banks. 





VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Front Row: 
Helen Dea, Terry Willis, Coleen Bolden, Back 
Row: Robin Wallace, Tericko Knight, Patti 
Hurrle, Margie Hurrle. 

POM-POM GIRLS: Front Row: Joyce Mc- 
Knight, Toni Montgomery, Jill Slaymaker, 
Vicki Salle, Kim Smith, Gaile Ellers Gail Smith, 
Vicki Anderson, Tara Caldwell. Back Row: 
Debbie Rooks, Debbie Davis, Sharla Roddy, 
Kathy Welsh, Karla Hawkins, Cynthia Stanley, 
Uzo Osili, Arlene Taylor, Barb Hill. 



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FRESHMAN CHEER LEADERS- Front Row: Mary Branson, Kathy Johnson, Kitty Harger, Sarah 
Ryder. Back Row: Jeanine Murrell, Laurie Soltermann, Vivien Jouner. 







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Lettermen, 
Cheerleaders 
Lead spirit 



All year the Shortridge teams were 
backed up by enthusiastic crowds, lead 
by the vivacious cheerleaders. They lead 
cheers, chants, and the school songs. The 
main project of the cheerleaders was the 
selling of booster stickers urging the team 
to victory. 

The Lettermen's club is made up of 
the athletes that have won their letter 
by excelling in one of the sports. These 
young men are honored yearly by a 
special auditorium. 



n the only home afternoon game of the season, 
the Shortridge Varsity Cheerleaders lead the 
crowded gym in a chorus of S-U-C-C-E-S-S. 



LETTERMEN-Front Row: Derrick Bland, 
Rodney Smith, Dave Skole, David Moore, Juan 
Jones, William Lash, Johnny Hobbs, Brad Gris- 
som. Row 2: Al Cobb, Greg Jones, Mark Mc- 
Donald, James Payton, Chester Dorsey, Walter 
Peacock, Chris Soltermann, Curtis Rumor. Row 
3: Fred Reed, Herbert Hurt, Charles Jordan, 
Ronald Wilkins, Richard Payne, Garland Pan- 
nell, Titus Rush. Row 4: Curtis Foster, Tom 
Jones, Reggie Allen, Walter Cain, Michael 
Young, Keith Lyerson, Warren Boyd. Row 5: 
Charles Barringer, Mark Moss, Greg Porter, 
Darryl Stout. Back Row: William Smith, 
Jerome Middleton, Tanya Oliver, Aurelius 
Barnett. 




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People . . . involved in 



an experiment in education. 



Innovation and team teaching 



independent study . . . education 



to fit the needs of all. 




MR. ARTHUR G. SHULL-Vice Principal MR. JULIAN COLEMAN-Vice Principal 



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1972 year sees many administration changes 



This year saw numerous changes in 
administration. The first semester, our 
longtime vice-principal, Mr. Arthur Shull, 
left and was replaced by Mr. Ben John- 
son. But, that was only the first change. 
Second semester, Mr. Francis L Carter 
took over as the Dean of Boys. After 23 
years at Shortridge, Mr. Green took a 
downtown main office job and Mr. Bob 
Carnal became our new principal for the 
spring semester. With the addition of the 
Innovative Program a new vice-principal 
was added, Dr. Tim Rummel. 

Even if the year was eventful and there 
were a lot of changes in the admini- 
stration, it helped Shortridge through a 
rather unusual, but nevertheless success- 
ful, year. 




MR. BEN JOHNSON-Vice-principal 



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MRS. ROSEMARY CARPENTER-Dean of Girls. 



MR. LESTER GROTH-Guidance Director 




MR. ROY ABERSON-Human Relations Director 









MR. RICHARD BORMAN-Dean of Boys 
MISS EVELYN CROWDUS-Nurse 



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MISS BETTY NICHOLS-Bookstore Manager MRS. ROSELIN RICHARDSON-Career Sampling Director 




'eople who work in school very busy 




Telephone Desk Secretary-Mrs. Mary Adams 




In Memory of Genevieve Keehn 




Beloved teacher of Shortridge stu- 
dents. Died on the first year of her re- 
tirement on October 27, 1971. She 
taught shorthand and typing sixteen 
years, from 1955 until 1971 . 



Faculty take 
Their place 
In rapid pace 

This year a new Innovative Program 
was initiated and several new teachers 
were hired. These teachers, along with 
others, spent the 1971-72 school year 
busily trying to help the students both 
in and out of the classroom. 

Students took a two-day break in 
October, so that teachers could attend 
the Indiana State Teachers Convention. 
Here they were exposed to many new 
and different techniques proposed to 
assist them in their fields of education. 

Many teachers retired at the end of 
last year. The list included: Mrs. Mary 
Shuttleworth, Mrs. Gladys Brewer, Mrs. 
Esther Hillman, Mrs. Harriet Woessner, 
Miss Rea Bauer, Miss Josephine Bliss, 
Mrs. Doris Elkins and Mrs. Geneve Keehn, 
the last deceased. 



Miss Karen Thomas, a new art teacher, check; 
the enrollment sheets at the beginning of the 
semester to get her classes organized. 



HOOVER BAKER-B.S., M.S.; Biology, Physical Science 

Chess Club, All School Dances Sponsor. 
MRS. MATTIE BALLOW-Ph.B., B.S., M.A.; Chemistry 

English. 
MRS. MIRIAM BATES-A.B.; English. 
JOE BEAMAN-B.A.; M.A.; Government, Economics. 



CAROLYN BEARD-English, Reading; Jr. Red Cross 

Sponsor. 
LEONARD BEHLING-B.S., M.S.; Music Department 

Head, Band, Arranging; Jr. Vaudeville. 
THOMAS L. BRESNAHAN-B.A., M.S.; Mathematics. 
MISS JANE BRIGHAM-B.A., B.S.; Head Librarian. 



SUSIE H.BROWN-A.B., M.S.; Science. 
MRS. EUGENIA BUCKNER-B.S.; English. 
H. D. BUDDEN-A.B.; English; Student Council Sponsor. 
MRS. JUDY BURCH-B.S.; General Business, Sales. 
Consumer Education, Distributive Education, Deca. 




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LARRY L. BURDICK-B.S..M.A.; World Histroy, U.S. 

History, Government, Economics, International 

Relations, Honor's Program. 
LARRY S. BURNS-B.S., M.S.; Biology, General 

Sciences. 
SUSAN BURTON-B.S.; English, Reading, Naturalists 

Club Sponsor. 
ROY E. BUSSELL- B.A.; Social Studies, "Urban 

Action." 

CHRISTOPHER CARTER-B.S., M.M.; Music Theory, 

New Establishment, Choral Club, Glee Club Jr, 

Vaudeville, Musical Sponsor. 
RICHARD COHEN-B.A., M.A.; English, Journalism, 

Great Books, Spanish Club, Debate Club, Echo 

Sponsor. 
BURNEL E. COULON B.S., M.S.; Graphic Arts. 
DEBORAH CULLODEN-B.A.; English, History 



D. KENT DEMMARY-B.S., M.S.; English. 

MRS. CATHERINE DEROSSETTE-B.A.; Clothing. 

NANCY ELMORE-B.M. 

IAN FRASER-B.S., M.F.A.; Arts & Crafts. 



RON FREELAND-B.S..M.S.; Math, Reserve Baseball 

Coach. 
ERNEST FRIGO-B.S., M.S.; Algebra, Geometry, 

Physical Science, Senior Activities. 
BETTY L. GARRETT -B.S., M.S.; Counselor. 
JOYCE E. GATTON-B.S.; Clothing, Pre-vocational. 



MRS. MARSHA GEIMAN-B.S.; Foods, Family Living, 
Family Health. 

WILLIAM F. GIBSON-B.S., M.S.; Math, Math Depart- 
ment Head. 

JACQUELINE GREENWOOD-B.A.; General Math, Al- 
gebra 

MARY GLENN HAMILTON-B.A., M.A.; English, Cre- 
ative Writing. 

THOMAS HARDING-B.S., M.S.; Health & Safety, Gen- 
eral Science Physiology, Physical Education, 
Counselor. 

JAMES HAUSMANN-B.S.; U.S. History, Fresh- 
man Football, Reserve Wrestling, Varsity Track Coach. 

SALLY HENDERSON-B.S.; Reading English, National 
Honor Society, American Field Service Sponsor. 

PHILIP H. HIRSCH-B.S., M.A.; English, Speech, Dra- 
matics, Thespians, Footlites Club Sponsor. 

MRS. LUCILLE HOLADAY-A.B., M.A.; English. 

ROBERT HOUSTON-B.S., M.S.; Psychology, Sociology, 
U.S. History, The Annual, Quill & Scroll Sponsor. 

MAURICE HUCKLEBERRY-B.S., M.S.; Counselor. 

LARRY HUMES-B.S.; Physical Education, Driv- 
ing, Health, Assistant Varsity Basketball Coach, Var- 
sity Cross Country and Assistant Varsity Coach. 



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MRS. JEAN JACKSON-B.A.; M.A.; Social Studies. 
ROBERT M. JEFFORD-B.S.; English Team Teaching. 
SHELDON KANTOR-A.B., M.S.; Art, Art Club. 
JENNY KASSAM-B.A.; M.A.; Team Teaching. 



JOHN KATSAROPOULOS-B.A., M.A.; Language, Soc- 
cer Club. 

AZILEE KINCAIDE-A.B., M.A.; English. 

MRS. CONSTANCE KIRBY-B.A.; M.A.; Foreign Lan- 
guage, Exercise in Knowledge. 

SUSAN LIFE-B.S.; English. 




Teachers strive to help students achieve 



GLENN LOCKE-B.S., M.A.; Industrial Arts. 

LYNN MCDOWELL-B.A.; Social Studies, Pom-Pom girls. 

SUSAN MCNEIL-B.S.; Business Education, Junior class 

financial advisor. 
JOHN MEDJESKI-B.M., M.M.; Music, String Ensemble. 



WILLIAM MERRILL-B.S., M.S.; Physical Education 

Head, Health, Physical Education. 
MARGARET MILLER-B.S., H.E.; Home Ec, Home 

Economics Department Head; 
HELEN MOELLER-B.S.; English. 
WILLIAM MORGAN-B.S., M.S.; Social Studies. 



MARIAN MOSES-B.S., M.S.; Math. 
SANDRA L. MUMPHREY-Physical Education. 
DONALD L. NELSON-B.S., M.S.; Astronomy, Physics, 

Physical Science. 
MARTHALOU NEWLAND-Library Assistant. 



JANET NAY-B.S.; Reading. 

J. OOLEY-B.S.; Reading, Y-Teen Club Sponsor. 

MRS. DOROTHY L. OTTO-A.B., M.A.; College Advisor. 

RUTH PALLER-B.S., M.S.; English. 




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THOMAS A. PAYNE-B.A., M.A.; Government, Eco- 
nomics. 

ANDREW RAMSEY-A.B., M.A.; Spanish, French, Bridge 
Club Sponsor. 

MRS. EMMA RANDALL-A.B., M.A.; Latin History. 

FORD RATCLIFF-B.S., M.S.; Mechanical Draw- 
ing Woods, Power Mechanics. 



MARGARET J. REED-B.S.; Physical Education, Driver 

Education, Cheerleaders Sponsor. 
MISS LOUISE REITER-B.A., M.A.; German, German 

Club Sponsor. 
MRS. LOIS REPASS-B.A., M.A.; Derivatives, English. 
R. RUTH RICHARDS-A.B., M.A., Ph.D.; Biology. 



Mr. Gary Woods, a teacher in the Business 
Department, shows his Typing 1 class the 
different finger position on the typewriter. 



CYNTHIA ROHN-B.A., M.S.; Counselor. 
PATRICIA RUTAN-B.S.; English. 
RACHEL S. SCHUMACHER-A.B.; English. 
JUDITH E. SEUBERT-A.B., M.A; Russian. 



MARY SIEGEL-B.S., M.S.; Shorthand, Typing, Financial 

Adviser Senior Class. 
LARRY J. SLATON-A.B.; Political Science, Economics. 
WILLIAM SPRINGER-B.S., M.S.; Calculas, Geometry, 

General Math, Driver Education, Head Basketbal 

Coach. 
JERRY STEINER-B.S., M.S.; Counselor, Key Club 

Intramural Sponsor. 




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Shortridge orchestra teacher, Mr. Medjeski, 
strives for another "first" this year by demon- 
strating techniques used in playing the violin. 




STEPHEN A. STOMPS-B.S.; A Capella, Madrigals, Glee 
Club, Humanities. 

ARTHUR L. STUDEBAKER-B.S., M.S.; Innovative Pro- 
gram Counselor. 

ALLEN SUTHERLAND-B.A., M.A.; French, LeCercle 
Francais Sponsor. 

CHARLES J. THOMAS-B.S., M.S.; Mechanical Drawing, 
Electricity, Chess Club Sponsor. 

KAREN F. THOMAS-B.S.; Art. 



JOE TOFIL-B.S., M.S.; Driver's Education, Physical Ed- 
ucation, Health, Athletics. 

MARIE VAN HORN-B.S., M.S., M.A.; Chemistry. 

DANTE VENTRESCA-B.A., M.S.; Biology, Science, 
Chemistry, Botany, Junior Class Sponsor. 

LUCILLE C. WAHL-A.B., M.S.; Mathematics. 



MRS. RUTH ANN WEBB-B.S., M.B.A.; Bookeeping 

Business Opportunity, Typing. 
MRS. BETTY WALENTA-A.B., M.A., M.L.S.; Librarian 
DEVEIN WEMPLE-lndustrial Arts. 
MRS. JEAN WHITCRAFT-A.B., M.S.; English. 



EARL C. WHITE-B.A., M.A.; Junior High Division 
Social Studies, Jr. High Student Council Sponsor 

MISS JANE WILLIAMS-B.A., M.A.; English. 

GARY WOOD-B.S., M.A.; Business Education. 

CLARICE A. YOUNG-B.S., M.S.; Business Education 
English. 




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The Class of '72 loves you — Mr. Green 



SMILE!, says the cameraman as he catches the jovial Mr. Green and an office assistant, Mrs. Janice 
Russell, off guard during a busy day. 




During the commencement in Clowes Hall, everyone focuses attention on Mr. Green, and listens as he 
addresses the graduating class of 1971 . 



This year the Class of 1972 was 
honored to dedicate their yearbook to 
Mr. R. Lloyd Green, a long time ad- 
ministrator and friend of the seniors. 

He started in Shortridge as a math- 
ematics teacher in 1944 and later was 
promoted to the vice-principal position in 
1948. Most recently Mr. Green has served 
as principal since the 1969-1970 school 
year. 

During his years at Shortridge he 
maintained an open door policy for the 
students. He was always willing to lend 
them a helping hand. Many excellent 
programs were initiated under Mr. Green, 
while he was principal. Among these were 
the highly successful Soul Week and the 
development of the Humanities Depart- 
ment, including the appointment of the 
Human Relations Counselor. The Inno- 
vative Program that started last year was 
supported by Mr. Green. 

Before Mr. Green left Shortridge this 
year he made the following comment 
about the Class of '72, "During my 
service at Shortridge, I have helped wel- 
come 26 classes of freshmen. The Class 
of 1972 is the 23rd of these classes that 
the friendly, dedicated professional staff 
at Shortridge has helped to develop into 
the leaders of our community. It has been 
a pleasure to work with this class in 
solving the necessary problems which 
have arisen with their physical, intellect- 
ual and social growth. I shall miss the 
daily contact with you. You are assured 
that your future success will be the best 
reward I can receive for the little I have 
done." 

Happy Birthday, Mr. Green. The Senior Class 
gave Mr. Green a surprise birthday party with 
cake, presents, and the traditional song. 





Here are four Queen candidates from last year's 
Junior Prom. They are Terry Willis, Valerie 
Warner, Patty Hummons and Bettye-Jo Rawls. 




. . . And here she stands Junior Prom Queen of 
1971! Miss Terry Willis was crowned at the 
Murat Temple along with Prom King Larry 
King. 

The Senior class sponsor, Mr. Ernest Frigo, has 
been sponsor for the last three years. He has 
been the advisor for all senior class activities. 




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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS-Gary Costley (president), Kay Strong (vice-president), Walter Cain 
(treasurer). Not Pictured— Barbara Hill (Annual ed.), Terry Willis (secretary). 




Class of '72 
Creates best 
Year ever 



Under the guidance of Mr. Ernest 
Frigo, sponsor, seniors began their final 
year at Shortridge. The first event was 
electing Class Officers. The Christmas 
Party, Senior Play, and the January Grad 
Dance highlighted the first semester. In 
the Spring, Seniors turned their attention 
to the Turnabout and the Prom. 

Seniors saw the coming and going of 
three principals, the academic plan, and 
four trophy-winning basketball teams. 
They saw the Shortridge Daily Echo 
turned into a weekly newspaper. They 
saw some old traditions changed and 
some new ones formed. Although the 
seniors met the moment of graduation 
with great relief when it was over, they 
felt equal sorrow in leaving. 

SENIOR COUNCIL— Front Row: Mr. Ernest Frigo (sponsor), Gary Costley (pres.), Kay Strong (v. pres.), Terry Willis (sec'y), Walter Cain (treas.), 
Barbara Hill (Annual ed.). Row 2: Brian Radliffe, Dave Skole, Patty Hummons, Dale Dupree, Stanley Bibbs, Diane Jackson, Richard Tourney. 
Row 3: Clinton Carbon, Dan Smith, Paul Mackell, Steve Tourney. Row 4: Rodney Smith, Angelis Wilson, Verynee Brown, BettyeOo R awls. Row 5: 
Rob Dawson, Cathy Bryant, Sharon Merriweather, Sharon Steavens, Barbara Malone, Geralynn Bellamy. Back Row: Michael French, Victoria Benberry, 
Lula Barnett. 




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31 students make Senior Honor Roll 



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1. Rowena Louise Archibald 7.925 17. 

2. Carol Susan Hansen 7.890 18. 

3. Patricia Denise Larkin 7.871 19. 

4. Sharon Watkins 7.853 20. 

5. Robert Randall Kelso 7.725 21. 

6. Johnny L Hobbs 7.679 22. 

7. Michael French 7.538 23. 

8. Chung Meng 7.51 1 24. 

9. Paul Starkey 7.395 25. 

10. Audrey Louise Heard 7.370 26. 

11. Bruce Robin McCrae 7.333 2 7. 

12. Stanley Bruce Bibbs 7.324 2 8. 

13. Paul Edward Mackell 7.317 29. 

14. Elizabeth Ann Robb 7.222 30. 

15. James Mark Gross 7.183 31. 

16. Bettye-Jo Rawls 7.164 



David Lewis Skole 7.128 

Thomas John Marks 7.102 

Patricia Rose Hummons . v 7.054 

Robert Francis Dawson 7.000 

Rosalind Kay Dunham 6.91 1 

Garland Jerome Pannell 6.888 

Barbara Malone 6.753 

Stephanie Felicia Mosley 6.727 

Mary Lynn Eib 6.722 

Mary F. Nolan 6.720 

Elizabeth Anne Litel 6.666 

Margaret Frances Hudson 6.666 

Mary Ann Bruce 6.607 

Cathy Bryant 6.583 

Jane Ann Henderson 6.540 



Seniors went all out this year in support of the 
teams. Juan Jones, senior guard on the basket- 
ball team, gives the fans the action they want. 







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Christopher Allen Andrews, 
Susie Allen, Sharon Archie, 
Penny Gayle Armistead, 
Diana Arnold 



Richard Steven Arthur, Kim- 
berly Edward Baker, Roseann 
Baker, David Barnett, Lula 
Barnett 




Gregarious graduating gang gratefully 




Peggy Lynn Barnett, Aaron 
Bailey, Deborah Ann Battle, 
Geralynn Michele Bellamy, 
Sharon Bellamy 



Victoria Marie Benberry, 
Stanley Bruce Bibbs, William 
Harry Bills, Virginia Lynn 
Booth, Elizabeth Ann Bourke 



Warren E. Boyd, Kevin Brad- 
ley, Clarence Eugene Brooks, 
Verynee Brown, Mary Ann 
Bruce 



Cathy Bryant, Charisse Mi- 
chele Burch, Anthony Ste- 
phen Burkett, Cassandra 
Yvonne Burks, Wanda Zelda 
Burks 



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Beth Ann Burris, Zoe Linda 
Burris, Roslyn Busby, Walter 
Albert Cain, Clinton Carbon 



Carole Marie Childs, Toni 
Clark, Judith Elizabeth Cole- 
man, Andrew Anthony Co- 
sentino, Gary Eugene Costley 



gets in gear for grades and gowns 



Michael Eugene Covington, 
Keith Allen Crain, Lewis 
Cross, Terry Lee Cunning- 
ham, Yvonne Pauline Curtis 



Patricia Ann Dabney, Robert 
Francis Dawson, James Dem- 
mings, Ervin Edward Den- 
kins III, Debra Loraine Dod- 
son. 



Laura Georgette Dodson, 
Alan Dresser, Denise Elaine 
Duncan, Rosalind Kay Dun- 
ham, Rene Annetta Dupee 



Dale Dupree, Vaniessa Ealy, 
Mark David Eble, Mary Lynn 
Eib, Stephen Eugene Ellis 




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Jimmie Leslie Ellison, Mari- 
lyn Elston, Janis Eshowsky, 
Don Fasig, Gary Walter 
Finkton 



Elizabeth A. Flannery, Venita 
Dell Flippin, Derrick Ford, 
Mary Foster, Michael Wilford 
French 



Gabra Gachaw, James C. 
Gibson, Randy Carl Gilliland, 
Karen Sue Glickert, Stepha- 
nie Goens 




Seniors look back on their years at Shortridge 




Linda Joyce Grady, Loutricia 
Graves, Richard Graham 
Greene, Thomas J. Griffin, 
James Mark Gross 



Evelyn Geneva Hackney, 
Carla Hawkins, Carol Hansen, 
Mike Vernon Harding, Ber- 
bitta Lynne Hawkins 



Karla Jean Hawkins, Chester 
Ross Hayes, Audrey Louise 
Heard, Marsha Ann Hearn, 
Jane Ann Henderson 



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Howard Vincent Henry, 
Barbara Edith Hill, Christie 
Camille Hinton, Johnny L. 
Hobbs, Mark E. Horwitz 



Lynn Elaine Hosmer, Tina 
Louise Howard, Margaret 
(Peggy) Hudson, Patricia 
Rose Hummons, Vickie Lynn 
Hunter 



Margaret Ellen Hurrle, Her- 
bert Eugene Hurt, Charles 
Norman Huxhold, Diane K. 
Jackson, Lynette Jarrette 



with fond memories of many experiences 




James Hixon Jelliffe, Avis 
RuAnne Johnson, Diane 
Lynn Johnson, Donald John- 
son, Donna Paulette Johnson 



Gloria Keiko Johnson, Gre- 
gory Jones, Gail Felice Jones, 
Juan Jones, Mauriceline M. 
Jones 



Yvonne Kaye Jones, Robert 
Randall Kelso, Doris Jean 
Kendrick, Anthony Juan Ken- 
nedy, Jacqueline Kennedy 



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Janese Ann Kennedy, Taryn 
Denise Kennedy, Larry King, 
Kathy Ann Klebe, Teriko 
(Teda) Knight 



Pamela Marie Kuhn, Marsha 
Beatrice Lane, Patricia Denise 
Larkin, Linda Lavin, George 
Robert Lee 



Slick Shortridge seniors seriously study, 



3!iaron Elaine Levels, Kevin 
Harry Lillard, Liz Litel, Gar- 
nell Love, Janice Denise 
Lumpkin 



Paul Mackell, Pamela Lucille 
Mackey, Pheldon J. Majors, 
Barbara Malone, Thomas 
John Marks. 



Ezell Marrs, Carolyn Louise 
Mason, Martha Mason, Judith 
Massey, Carol Denise Maxey 



Rita Evon May, Cathy Mc- 
Andrews, Robert Newton Mc- 
Clure, Shari Denise McCray, 
Mark Edward McDonald 




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Thomas Michael McDowell, 
Jeannie Merriweather, Sharon 
Marie Merriweather, Robert 
Lester Meyers, Robert Lee 
Michels 



Larry Edward Mitcham, Mary 
Rosalie Montgomery, James 
Larry Morgan, Daryl Fred- 
rick Morris, Stephanie Mosley 




while slyly seeking, securing scholarships 




Denise Elaine Murrell, Cyn- 
thia Elizabeth Nance, Mit- 
chell Ney, Mary Fitzwilliam 
Nolan, Renita J. O'Bannon 



Barbara Ann Overton, Karla 
Yvonne Owens, Garland 
Jerome Pannell, Deborah 
Jean Parker, Terri Lynn 
Parker 



Richard Payne, Phyllis Ly- 
nette Peacher, Brenda Pea- 
cock, Walter L. Peacock, Val- 
aida J. Pompey 



Ronald W. Powell, Richard 
Douglas Prim, Cheryl Ann 
Pryor, Alan Quinney, Sandra 
Yvette Radford 



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Brian W. Radliffe, John Ed- 
ward Randolph, Derrick W. 
Ransom, Bettye-Jo Elvan 
Rawls, Joseph Edward Ray 



Fred Reed, Angelia Elaine 
Reed, Teresa A. Rhodes, 
Irene Richardson, Elizabeth 
Ann Robb 



Edward Lee Robinson, James 
Robinson, Mildred Michelle 
Robinson, Alexis Diane 
Rogester, Alison Lee Rooker 



Steven Allen Rose, Elsie 
Sachs, Pamela Denise Sallee, 
Debra Jean Sams, Jetta Larae 
Sanders 



Formidable farewells to family, friends 




Teresa Darlene Sanford, Pam- 
ela Satterfield, Linda Marie 
Schneider, Julius Caesar 
Scott, Cynthia Ann Scruggs 



Henry David Shanklin, Levert 
Sharpe, Anita Louise Single- 
ton, David Lewis Skole, Jerry 
Wayne Smart 



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Daniel Christopher Smith, 
Eugene Wesley Smith, Gary 
William Smith, Jacqueline 
Elaine Smith, Kathryn Ann 
Smith 



Rodney Smith, William 
Smith, Renee Spells, Gwen- 
dolyn Spradley, Cynthia Eliz- 
abeth Stantley 



Paul M. Starkey, Judith E. 
Starks, Sharon Dru Steaven, 
Theresa Stern, Cynthia 
Denise Stiles 



Lois Ann Stratton, Kay llese 
Strong, Freddie Darlene Sul- 
livan, Dennis Dean Taylor, 
Michele Elaine Teague 




for final fling before fall freshmen 



David Vincent Tevebaugh, 
Portia Tharpe, Gwendolyn 
Thomas, Vicki Lynn Thomas, 
Richard Scouille Tourney 



Stephen L. Tourney, Peggy 
Ann Turnley, Dorine Margar- 
et Twyman, Brian Ventresca, 
Enoch Vinnegar 




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James R. Wales, Edwin E. 
Walker, Jane Ann Warders, 
Paula Renee Warner, Valerie 
Jo Warner 



Carolyn Theresa Waters, 
Sharon Elizabeth Watkins, 
Lisa Weaver, Amy Lou Wells, 
James Rogers White 



Stephen Allan Wilburn, 
Ernest Ronald Wilkins, Ger- 
aldine Williams, Melba Denise 
Williams, Shelia Dyahnne 
Williams 



Rightfully, righteously and rather readily, 



Brian Radliffe, depicting Captain Carbon in the Senior Play, waits 
backstage for his cue to make his grand entrance for the battle scene. 




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Lynn Hosmer and Barb Hill look on intently as economics teacher, 
"Wild Bill" Morgan cracks one of his jokes about the food in the 
cafeteria. 



Darlene Willis, Terry Lynn 
Willis, Angelis Wilson, Charles 
Collen Wilson, Mary 
Catherine Wilson 



Riley Lee Wilson, Robert S. 
Wilson, Phyllis Witt, Deborah 
Vivian Young, Merris Young 



Micheal Young, Loisann 
Zimmerman 




resourseful 'Ridgers realistically reminisce 



Shutterbug shy seniors 



Rowena Archibald 
Blenda Bailey 
Dale H. Brannon 
Andrew Brown 
Charles Caldwell 
Carolyn Carr 
Sharon Carter 
Terry Christie 
Betty Camille Collins 
Sidney Covington 
Richard Crossland 
David Duncan 
Micheal Elam 
David Fiscus 
Dallas Gaines 
Robert Gilpin 
Diana Hinesley 
Dwight Howard 



Stella Ingram 
Julie Johnson 
Luisa Jones 
Charles Jordan 
Kristor Lawson 
Marilyn Ledford 
Richard Littrell 
Eric Malone 
Carol Ann Martin 
Terry Mathis 
Bruce McCrae 
Kim McKenzie 
Norman McKenzie 
Theola McPherson 
Chung Meng 
Beth Mullin 
Linda Overton 
Richard Penn 



Mark Proffitt 
Gregory Rand 
Kevin Rivelli 
Bruce A. Rowan 
LeShawn Ryle 
Karla Saperstein 
Ross Selmanoff 
Sylvia Shelton 
Marlene Siskind 
Frazier Tubbs 
Nyla Turner 
Jonathan Usher 
Sherry Walker 
Terry Walsh 
Anita Ware 
Melvin Williams 
George Wright 
Joseph Yau 



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Senior Directory 



CHRISTOPHER ALLEN ANDREWS-Jr. 
Vaudeville; Baseball Reserve Mgr.; Fresh., 
Reserve, Varsity Football; Orches- 
tra; Campus Book, Fr./Soph. Great 
Books, HRC Clubs; Big Brother; Echo 
Staff; Dean's Ass't. 

SHARON ARCHIE-Jr. Vaudeville; Ger- 
man, Red Cross Clubs; Big Sister; Student 
Council; Art Ass't; Red Cross Agent. 
PENNY GAYLE ARMISTEAD-Sr. Play 
(Student Director); Jr. Vaudeville (Chore- 
ographer); Jr. Vaudeville Act Chairman; 
Ethnic Dance; A Capella; Choral Club; 
Madrigals; Chess, Footlights, Ger- 
man, HRC, Student Council, Thespians 
(pres.). True Blue Clubs; Big Sister; All 
School Play; Commencement Usher; Li- 
brary, Nurse's Ass't.; Annual agent; Stage 
Crew; Make-up Crew; Soul Week Chair- 
man. 

DIANA ARNOLD-Jr. Vaudeville; Girl's 
League, Le Cercle Francais, Physical Sci- 
ence, Red Cross, Student Council Clubs; 
Big Sister; Commencement Usher. 



B 



KIMBERLY EDWARD BAKER-Jr. 
Vaudeville; Bowling; Band A; Key Club; 
Attendance Ass't. 

ROSE ANN BAKER-Girl's League, 
HRC, Tri/hi/y, True Blue, Y-Teens Clubs; 
Student Council; Big Sister; Commence- 
ment Usher; Counselor, Gym, Attendance 
Ass't; Annual, Christmas, Red Cross 
Agent. 

LULA BARNETT-Sr. Council; Jr. 
Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; Bowling; VV Chair- 
man; German, Girl's Drill Team, Girl's 
League, Tri/hi/y, True Blue, Y-Teens 
Clubs; Student Council; Career Sampling; 
Big Sister; Honor Student Program; Com- 
mencement Usher; Counselor, Dean's 
Ass't.; ROTC (2nd Lieutenant); Stage 
Crew. 

PEGGY LYNN BARNETT-Jr. Vaude- 
ville; A Capella; Choral Club; Campus 
Book, Footlights, (pres.). Girl's League, 
Great Books, HRC, Physical Science, Red 
Cross, Thespian, True Blue, Y-Teens, 
Career Sampling Clubs; Student Council; 
Soul Week Chairman; School Musical; 
Christmas Play; Commencement Usher; 
Counselor, Gym Ass't; Christmas Echo, 
Red Cross agent. 
GERALYNN MICHELE BELLAMY-Sr. 



Council; Girl's League; HRC, Spanish 
Clubs; Big Sister; Honor Student Program; 
Nat' I Merit Commended; Commencement 
Usher. 

SHARON BELLAMY-Sr. Council; Sr. 
Play; Jr. Vaudeville; Choral Club; Campus 
Book, Footlights, FBLA, Girl's League, 
Great Books, HRC, Red Cross, Spanish, 
Student Council, Y-Teens Clubs; Big Sis- 
ter; Christmas Play; Commencement Ush- 
er; Book Store, Counselor, Gym Atten- 
dance Ass't; Annual, Christmas Echo, 
Red Cross Agent; Stage Crew. 
VICTORIA MARIE BENBERRY- 
Sr. Council; Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; 
Girl's Drill Team; Girl's League, HRC, 
Student Council, Tri/hi/y, True Blue 
Clubs; Big Sister; Honor Student Pro- 
gram; Commencement Usher; Library, 
Nurse, Dean Ass't., Homecoming Queen 
Candidate. 

STANLEY BRUCE BIBBS- Sr. Council; 
Sr. Play; Jr. Vaudeville; Ethnic Dancing; 
Fresh., Reserve Wrestling; Chess, Hi-Y 
(pres.), Le Cercle Francais, National Hon- 
or Society (v. -pres.), SPQR (treas.). Stu- 
dent Council Clubs; Honor Student Pro- 
gram; NEDT Certificate; Nat'l Achieve- 
ment Scholarship Finalist; Nat'l Merit 
Commended; Lilly Scholarship Contes- 
tant; I.U. Honors to Italy; Conference on 
Cities; Annual Agent. 
ELISABETH BOURKE-Student Council, 
Y-Teens Clubs; Echo Staff; Art Ass't; 
Oshkosh High School— Oshkosh, Wiscon- 
sin. 

WARREN E. BOYD-Fresh., Reserve, 
Varsity Basketball; Lettermen's, Spanish, 
Student Council Clubs. 
VERNYEE BROWN-Sr. Councilor. Pol- 
icy; Jr. Vaudeville; Campus Book, Girl's 
League, Student Council, True Blue 
Clubs; Big Sister; Commencement Usher; 
Dean's, Attendance Ass't; Make-up Crew; 
Annual, Christmas Echo, Red Cross, Fine 
Arts Agent. 

MARY ANN B R UCE-Sr. Play; Jr. 
Vaudeville; Ethnic Dancing; Senior Edi- 
tor (Annual); Choral Club; A Capella; 
Girl's Ensemble; New Establish- 
ment; Madrigals; Footlights, Girl's 
League, Great Books, HRC, International 
Exchange, Key Club (sponsor), Le Cercle 
Francais, National Honor Society, Natu- 
ralists, Student Council, Thespians Clubs; 
Big Sister; Honor Student Program; YFU 
to France; Park -Tudor Honors Seminar; 
Conference on Cities; School Musical; 



Christmas Play; Commencement Usher; 
Annual staff; Annual, Christmas Echo, 
Red Cross, Fine Arts agents. 
CATHY BRYANT-Sr. Council; Jr. 
Vaudeville; Girl's League, HRC, Key Club 
(sponsor). National Honor Society, Stu- 
dent Council Clubs; Big Sister; Honor 
Student Program, Nat'l Merit Commend- 
ed; Girl's State; Commencement Usher; 
Annual, Christmas Echo, Red Cross 
agents. 

CHARISSE MICHELE BURCH-Jr. 
Vaudeville (Choreographer); Powder Puff 
Football; Footlights, Girl's League; Span- 
ish, Student Council, True Blue, Y-Teens 
Clubs; Big Sister; Commencement Usher; 
Gym, Dean Ass't; Stage Crew. 
CASSANDRA YVONNE BURKS- 
Jr. Vaudeville; Choral Club; Spanish, Stu- 
dent Council, True Blue, Y-Teens Clubs; 
Big Sister; Homecoming Afro Queen. 
WANDA ZELDA BURKS-Sr. Council; 
Jr. Policy; Girl's Drill Team; Girl's 
League; HRC, Student Council, Tri/hi/y, 
True Blue, Y-Teens Clubs; Big Sister; 
Commencement Usher; Counselor, En- 
glish Ass't.; ROTC (First Lieutenant). 
BETH ANN BURRIS-Echo Editorial 
Ed.; A Capella; Girl's League, HRC, Stu- 
dent Voice Ed., National Honor Society, 
SPQR (Sec. and President), Student 
Council (Sec'y.); Big Sister; AFSto Italy; 
Annual Columbia Press Project Award. 
ZOE LINDA BURRIS-Girl's League, 
Spanish, Y-Teens Clubs; Big Sister; An- 
nual Staff. 



WALTER A. CAIN I II— Sr. Class Treas.; 
Sr. Council; Jr. Vaudeville; Fresh. Cross 
Country; Reserve, Varsity Football; Key, 
Le Cercle Francais, Lettermen's, Student 
Council, Tri/hi/y Clubs; Big Brother; Hon- 
or Student Program; Conference on 
Cities; Red Cross Agent. 
CLINTON LEROY CARBON-Sr. Coun- 
cil; Sr. Play; Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; Jr. 
Vaudeville Act Chairman; A Capella; New 
Establishment; A Band (Drum Major, Sec- 
ond Lieutenant); Orchestra; Footlights 
(Pres.); HRC, Key (Pres.), National Honor 
Society, Student Council, Thespians 
Clubs; Big Brother (Chairman); All School 
Play; Christmas Play; Spring Touring Co.; 
Thespian Best Actor; Percussion Ensem- 
ble; Counselor Ass't; Annual Agent; Stage 
and Make-up Crews. 



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CAROLE MARIE CHILDS-Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Campus Book; Girl's League, Great 
Books, Le Cercle Francais, Physical Sci- 
ence, Red Cross, True Blue Clubs; Big 
Sister; Commencement Usher; Christmas 
Echo; Library, Art, Dean's Ass't. 
TONI DENISE CLARK-Jr. Vaudeville; 
Choral Club; A Capella; Madrigals; New 
Establishment; A Band; Orchestra; Cam- 
pus Book; Folk Singing, Footlights, Ger- 
man, Girl's League, Great Books, HRC, 
Student Council, True Blue, Y-Teens 
Clubs; Big Sister; School Musical; All 
School Play; Commencement Usher; Mu- 
sic Ass't. 

JUDITH ELIZABETH COLEMAN-Cam- 
pus Books, HRC, Red Cross, SPQR, 
Tri/hi/y (Pres. V-Pres.), Y-Teens Clubs; 
Big Sister. 

ANDREW COSENTINO-A Capella; Jr. 
Vaudeville; Music Men; New Establish- 
ment; School Musical; Music Ass't. 
GARY E. COSTLEY-Sr. Class Pres.; Sr. 
Council; Jr. Policy; Student Council; Big 
Brother; Annual. 

KEITH A. CRAIN-Jr. Vaudeville; Music 
Men; New Establishment; A Band; Or- 
chestra; Stage Band; Pep Band; Pit Or- 
chestra; Brass Choir; Bowling; Key, Natu- 
ralists Clubs; Big Brother; Music Ass't. 
TERRY LEE CUNNINGHAM-Campus 
Book (Pres.); Big Sister; Annual Staff; 
Biology, Main Office Ass't. 
YVONNE PAULINE CURTIS-Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Orchestra; Pit Orchestra; String En- 
semble; Girl's League, Le Cercle Francais, 
Spanish, Student Council, True Blue 
Clubs; NEDT Certificate; Nat'l Achieve- 
ment Commended; Nat'l Merit 
Commended; Dean's Ass't. 



semble; New Establishment; HRC, Key 
(Sponsor), Le Cercle Francais, National 
Honor Society, Naturalist, Student Coun- 
cil Clubs; Big Sister; Honor Student Pro- 
gram; NEDT Certificate; Conference on 
Cities; School Musical; Commencement 
Usher; Library Ass't. 

RENEE ANNETTA DUPEE-Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Bowling; Spanish, Student Council, 
Y-Teens Clubs; Counselor Ass't. 
DALE DUPREE-Sr. Council; Jr. Policy; 
Jr. Vaudeville; Jr. Vaudeville Act Chair- 
man; Bowling; Music Men; Band; Brass 
Choir; Pep Band; New Establishment; 
Freshman & Reserve Track; Chess, Key 
(treas.). Naturalist, Physical Science, Stu- 
dent Council, Tri/hi/y, (vice-pres.) Clubs; 
Big Brothers; Honor Student Program; 
Biology Ass't.; Christmas ECHO, Fine 
Arts Agent. 



VANIESSA D. EALY-Girls League, 
True Blue Clubs. 

MARY LYNN EIB-Jr. Vaudeville, Cam- 
pus Book, Footlights, National Honor 
Society, Student Council Clubs; Com- 
mencement Usher, Gym Ass't. 
STEPHEN EUGENE ELLIS-Sr. Play; 
Jr. Vaudeville; Footlights Club. 
JIMMIE LESLIE ELLISON-Freshman, 
Reserve, Varsity Basketball. 
MARILYN ELSTON-Majorette; Girl's 
League, Student Council Clubs; Big Sister. 
JANIS ESHOWSKY-Orchestra; Pit Or- 
chestra; String Ensemble; German Club; 
Big Sister; Annual Staff. 



Certificate; Echo staff; Chemistry, Indus- 
trial Arts Ass't. 



GABRA S. GACHAW 1 1 1 — Jr. Vaudeville; 
Band; Orchestra; Stage Band; Chess, HRC 
(Pres.), Student Council Clubs; Big Broth- 
er; Honor Student Program; Counselor, 
Human Relations Ass't; Annual, Christ- 
mas ECHO Agent. 

JAMESGIBSON-Jr. Policy; Varsity Base- 
ball; Freshman, Reserve, Varsity Basket- 
ball. 

RANDY CARL GILLILAND-Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Chess (pres.). Officers Clubs; Rifle 
Team (capt.); NEDT certificate; Nat'l 
Merit Commended; ROTC C/Major. 
KAREN SUE GLICKERT-Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Footlights (v. pres.), Girl's League, 
Great Books, HRC, Le Cercle Francais, 
National Honor Society, Naturalists, Stu- 
dent Council, Thespians (Sec'y-treas.), 
True Blue Clubs; Big Sister; Honor Stu- 
dent Program; NEDT certificate; Nat'l 
Merit Commended; Eugenia Hayden 
Award; Betty Crocker Homemaker of 
Tomorrow Award; Career Sampling Ad- 
visory Bd.; School Musical; Ethnic 
Dancing; Commencement Usher; Annual, 
Echo staff; Annual, Christmas Echo, Fine 
Arts agent; Make-up Crew (chairman), 
Stage Crew. 

LINDA JOYCE GRADY-Jr. Vaudeville; 
Campus Book, Girl's League, Great 
Books, HRC, Le Cercle Francais, Library, 
Red Cross, Tri/hi/y (sec'y). True Blue, 
Y-Teens Clubs; Big Sister; Commence- 
ment Usher; Dean's, Attendance Ass't; 
Annual agent. 



ERVIN EDWARD DENKINS Ill-Jr. Pol- 
icy; Chess, Spanish Clubs; Big Brother; 
Nat'l Achievement Commended; Nat'l 
Merit Commended; Indiana State Honors 
Program in Political Science; Christmas 
Echo Agent. 

DEBRA DODSON-Jr. Vaudeville; Girl's 
Drill Team; Great Books, Physical Sci- 
ence, Student Council Clubs; Big Sister; 
Fresh. Homecoming Princess; Prom 
Queen Candidate. 

DENISE ELAINE DUNCAN-Orchestra; 
Bowling; Tennis; Campus Book, Girl's 
League, Great Books, Photography, Phys- 
ical Science, True Blue Clubs; Big Sister; 
Counselor, Dean's Ass't. 
ROSALIND KAY DUNHAM-Jr. Prom 
Committee Chairman; Jr. Policy; Jr. 
Vaudeville; Jr. Class Sec'y; Girl's En- 



DONALD L. FASIG JR.-Sr. Play; Jr. 
Vaudeville; Wrestling; Footlights, Chess, 
Student Council, Thespians Clubs; Big 
Brother; NEDT Certificate; Nat'l Merit 
Commended; All School Play; Christmas 
Play; Stage Crew. 

ELIZABETH A. FLANNERY-Girl's Drill 
Team; Campus Book, Footlights Clubs; 
Library, Language Ass't; ROTC Sponsor. 
MARY FOSTER-Y-Teens Club; Big Sis- 
ter; Annual staff; Library Ass't. 
MICHAEL WILFORD FRENCH- 
Sr. Council; Jr. Prom Committee; Jr. 
Policy; Jr. Class Treas.; Freshman, Re- 
serve Track; Exercise in Knowledge, Fic- 
tion, Great Books, Hi/Pi (Vice-Pres., 
Pres.), Key (Lieutenant Governor), Math, 
National Honor Society (Pres.), Student 
Council Clubs; Big Brother; Honor Stu- 
dent Program; Nat'l Achievement Finalist; 
Brown University Alumni Award; NEDT 



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CAROL HANSEN-Jr. Vaudeville Act 
Chairman; Orchestra; String Ensemble; 
Pit Orchestra; Exercise in Knowledge; 
FT A, Great Books, National Honor So- 
ciety, International Exchange Clubs; Big 
Sister; Honor Student Program; NEDT 
certificate; Nat'l Merit Finalist; Echo 
staff; English, Library Ass't. 
BERNNITTA LYNN HAWKINS-Campus 
Book, Red Cross, Student Council, True 
Blue, Y-Teens Clubs; Big Sister; Honor 
Student Program; Attendance ass't. 
KARLA JEAN HAWKINS-Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Girl's League, HRC, Physical Sci- 
ence, Student Council, True Blue Clubs; 
Counselor, English, Attendance, Dean's 
Ass't; Christmas Echo, Red Cross Agent; 
Pom-Pom girl. 
CHESTER ROSS HAYES-Fresh. Cross 



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Country; Reserve, Varsity Football; Of- 
ficers Club; Counselor ass't; ROTC Bat- 
tall ion Staff. 

AUDREY LOUISE HEARD-Jr. Vaude- 
ville; A Capella (pres.); Madrigals; Or- 
chestra; Bowling; Powder Puff Football; 
Chess, Great Books, National Honor So- 
ciety Clubs; Big Sister; Honor Student 
Program; Perfect Attendance Rec- 
ord; Echo staff; English, History, Music 
ass't; Christmas Echo, Red Cross agent. 
MARSHA ANN HEARN-Girl's League, 
Great Books, AFS, Student Coun- 
cil, Tri/hi/y, True Blue, Y-Teens Clubs; 
Big Sister; AFS Hostess Family; Com- 
mencement Usher; Dean's Ass't. 
JANE ANN HENDERSON-A Capella; 
Choral Club; Great Books, National Ho- 
nor Society, Student Council Clubs; Big 
Sister; Honor Student Program; School 
Musical; English ass't; Annual agent. 
BARBARA EDITH HILL-Annual Edi- 
tor; Sr. Council; Jr. Vaudeville; Campus 
Book, Footlights, Naturalists, Student 
Council Clubs; Big Sister; Commence- 
ment Usher; Annual staff; Gym, Library 
ass't.; Conference on Cities; Pom-Pom 
girl; Soul Week Chairman. 
CHRISTIE CAMILLE HINTON- 
Jr. Vaudeville Act Chairman; Choral Club 
(pres.); Girl's League, Student Council 
(corr. sec'y); Big Sister; Intnat'l. Ex- 
change (France); School Musical; All 
School Play; Commencement Ush- 
er; Book store, Gym, Attendance ass't; 
Homecoming Princess (Jr.); Military Ball 
Queen; Christmas Echo, Red Cross agent; 
ROTC (capt.). 

JOHNNY L. HOBBS-Fresh., Re- 
serve Football; Fresh. Track; Varsity 
Wrestling (State Champion); National Ho- 
nor Society; Southport High School. 
MARK E. HORWITZ-Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Ethnic Dancing; Annual Art Editor; 
Great Books, Officers Clubs; Big Broth- 
er; All School Play; Gym Ass't; ROTC 
C/Lt. Col; Drill Team; Varsity Rifle 
Team; Battallion S-4. 
LYNN ELAINE HOSMER-Annual Al- 
bum Editor; Campus Books (pres.). Foot- 
lights, Girl's League, Great Books, HRC, 
Naturalists Clubs; Big Sister; Christmas 
Play; Commencement Usher; Annual 
Staff; Counselor, Gym, Library ass't. 
MARGARET (PEGGY) HUDSON- 
Sr. Play; Jr. Vaudeville; Ethnic Dancing; 
Annual Associate, Academic editors; Cho- 
ral Club; Footlights; Great Books, HRC, 
National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, 
Spanish, Student Council, Thespians, 
True Blue Clubs; Big Sister; Honor Stu- 
dent Program; Conference on Cities; All 



School Play; Christmas Play; Annual, 
Echo staff; Dean's ass't.; Annual, Christ- 
mas Echo, Red Cross, Fine Arts agent. 
PATRICIA ROSE HUMMONS-Sr. Coun- 
cil; Sr. Play (make-up); Jr. Prom Com- 
mittee; Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; Jr. 
Vaudeville Act Chairman; A Capella; Cho- 
ral Club; Girl's Ensemble; Footlights, 
Girl's League, Great Books, HRC, Natu- 
ralist, National Honor Society, Student 
Council, True Blue Clubs; Big Sister 
(Chairman); Honor Student Program; 
Nat'l Achievement Commended; School 
Musical; All School Play; Commencement 
Usher; Prom Queen Candidate; Annual 
Agent; ROTC (Sponsor). 
VICKIE LYNN HUNTER-A Ca- 
pella; Choral Club; Spanish; Student 
Council, Tri/hi/y, Y-Teens Clubs; Com- 
mencement Usher, Annual Staff; Dean, 
Gym Ass't. 

MARGIE HURRLE-Jr. Vaudeville; Cam- 
pus Book, Girl's League Clubs; Reserve, 
Varsity Cheerleader; Gym Ass't. 
HERBERT EUGENE HURT-Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Fresh. Basketball; Fresh., Reserve, 
Varsity Football; Fresh., Reserve, Varsity 
Track; Lettermen; Student Council Clubs; 
Prom King Candidate. 



DIANE KAYE JACKSON-Sr. Council; 
Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; FBLA, Girl's 
League, HRC, National Honor Society, 
Student Council, True Blue, Y-Teens, 
Fleur de Lyse Clubs; Big Sister; Nat'l 
Merit Commended; I.U. Latin Confer- 
ence; Commencement Usher; Annual 
Staff; History, Attendance, Dean's Ass't; 
Annuar, Christmas Echo Agent. 
JAMES HIXON JELLIFFEE-Sr. Coun- 
cil; Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; A Capella,' 
Reserve Baseball; Fresh. Basketball; 
Fresh. Football; HRC, Key, Le Cercle 
Francais, Naturalist, Student Council 
Clubs; Big Brother. 

AVIS RUANNE JOHNSON-Jr. Vaude- 
ville Act Chairman; Girl's League, Red 
Cross, Student Council, True Blue, Y- 
Teens Clubs; Commencement Usher. 
DIANE LYNN JOHNSON-Jr. Policy; Jr. 
Vaudeville; Choral Club; Bowling; Foot- 
lights, FBLA, Girl's League (Sec'y), Great 
Books, HRC, Fleur de Lys (Pres.), Red 
Cross, Student Council, True Blue (V. 
Pres.), Y-Teens Clubs; Pom-Pom Girl's; 
Typing Award; All School Play; Com- 
mencement Usher; Echo Staff; Counselor, 
Library, Attendance, Dean's Ass't.; An- 
nual, Christmas Echo, Red Cross Agent; 
Stage Crew. 



DONALD HOWARD JOHNSON- 
Sr. Council; Jr. Policy; Music Men; Re- 
serve, Varsity Baseball; hresh., heserve 
Basketball; Folk Singing, Lettermen, Na- 
tional Honor Society, Student Council 
Clubs; Big Brother; English Ass't. 
DONNA PAULETTE JOHNSON- 
Jr. Vaudeville; Majorette (Captain); Foot- 
lights, Girl's League, HRC, Student Coun- 
cil, Tri/hi/y, True Blue, Y-Teens Clubs; 
Big Sister; All School Play; Commence- 
ment Usher; Counselor, Dean's Ass't.; 
Homecoming Princess (Jr.). 
GLORIA KEIKO JOHNSON-Sr. Play; 
Jr. Vaudeville; Echo Co-ed Sports Writer; 
Bowling; A Band; Girl's Track; Foot- 
lights, Girl's Drill Team, Hi/Pi, History, 
HRC, Le Cercle Francais, Math, Natu- 
ralist, Physical Science, Red Cross, SPQR, 
Spanish, Student Council, Tri/hi/y, Y- 
Teens Clubs; Big Sister; Honor Student 
Program; Nat'l Achievement Commended; 
Nat'l Merit Commended; Study Abroad 
to France; Motivation Coordinator (Ca- 
reer Sampling); Christmas Play; Echo 
Staff; Red Cross Agent; Stage Crew. 
GREGORY JONES-Sr. Council; Jr. Pol- 
icy; Fresh., Reserve, Varsity Football; 
Fresh., Reserve, Varsity Track; Fresh. 
Wrestling; HRC, Lettermen, Stu- 
dent Council Clubs; Big Brother; Honor 
Student Program; Biology Ass't. 
JUAN JONES-Sr. Play; Jr. Policy; Jr. 
Vaudeville; Varsity Baseball; Fresh., Re- 
serve, Varsity Basketball; Fresh. Football; 
Golf; Track; Choral Club; Madrigal's; A 
Band; Orchestra; Campus Book, Coin, 
Debate, Fiction, Footlights, FBLA, Great 
Books, Hi/Pi, Hi/y, HRC, Lettermen, 
Naturalist, Physical Science, Spanish, Stu- 
dent Council, Tri/hi/y, True Blue Clubs; 
Big Brother; NEDT Certificate; All School 
Play; Christmas Play; Echo Staff; Coun- 
selor, Gym, English Ass't.; ROTC; Stage 
Crew. 

MAURICELINE M. JONES-Stu- 
dent Council, Tri/hi/y, True Blue, Y- 
Teens Clubs; Biology, Dean's Ass't. 
YVONNE KAYE JONES-Sr. Council; 
Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; Girl's League, 
HRC, Student Council, Tri/hi/y, True 
Blue, Y-Teens Clubs; Big Sister; Com- 
mencement Usher; Counselor, English 
Ass't. 



ROBERT RANDALL KELSO-Jr. Vaude- 
ville; News Editor Daily Echo; Bowling; 
Reserve, Varsity Tennis; Debate, Exercise 
in Knowledge, Hi/Pi, High School Bowl, 
Math (v. pres.), National Honor Society, 



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Quill and Scroll, SPQUR Clubs; NEDT 
certificate; Nat'l. Merit Finalist; RPSM 
Math Contest Winner. 
DORIS JEAN KENDRICK-Girl's Drill 
Team; Girl's League, HRC, Spanish, Stu- 
dent Council, True Blue, Y-Teens Clubs; 
Big Sister; Commencement Usher; Dean's, 
Attendance Ass't.; Christmas Echo, Red 
Cross agents. 

JACQUELINE KENNEDY-Jr. Policy; Jr. 
Vaudeville; Campus Book, Girl's League, 
Great Books, Tri/hi/y, True Blue Clubs; 
Big Sister; Poster Contest Award; Fresh., 
Reserve Cheerleader; All School Play; 
Commencement Usher; Art Ass't.; Prom 
Queen Candidate. 

LARRY KING-Sr. Council; Jr. Policy; 
Jr. Vaudeville; String Ensemble; Stage 
Band; Music Men; Orchestra; New Estab- 
lishment; High School Bowl; HRC, Stu- 
dent Council; Big Brother; All School 
Play; Jr. Prom King. 

TERICKO (TEDA) KNIGHT-Jr. Vaude- 
ville; A-Capella; Choral Club; Madrigal; 
Hi/Pi, National Honor Society, Spanish, 
Student Council, True Blue Clubs; Big 
Sister; Honor Student Program; Fresh., 
Reserve, Varsity Cheerleader; School Mu- 
sical; Gym Ass't.; Annual, Red Cross 
agent. 

PAMELA MARIE KUHN-Footlights; 
German Clubs; NEDT certificate; AATG 
Finalist; Commencement Usher; Coun- 
selor Ass't. 



PATRICIA DENISE LARKIN-Campus 
Book, Exercise in Knowledge ass't.; Great 
Books, National Honor Society, Spanish 
(pres.), Student Council Clubs; Big Sis- 
ter; Honor Student Program; NEDT cer- 
tificate; Gym, Language Ass'ts. 
LINDA LAVIN-Jr. Vaudeville; Foot- 
lights, HRC Clubs; Big Sister; Commence- 
ment Usher. 

KEVIN HARRY LILLARD-Sr. Play; Jr. 
Vaudeville; News Bureau; A Capella; Mad- 
rigals; Debate, Footlights, Student Coun- 
cil, Thespians Clubs; NEDT certificate; 
Best Thespian Award; School Musical; 
All School Play; Christmas Play; Christ- 
mas Echo agent; Stage Crew; Student 
Director (X-mas play). 
ELIZABETH LITEL-Jr. Vaudeville; Cho- 
ral Club; Footlights, HRC, National Hon- 
or Society, Spanish, Student Council 
Clubs; Big Sister; Honor Student Pro- 
gram; All School Play; Christmas Play; 
Annual, Christmas Echo, Red Cross 
Agent. 
GARNELL W. LOVE-Reserve Baseball; 



Fresh., Reserve Wrestling; National Honor 
Society, Student Council Clubs; ID Card 
Committee. 



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PAUL MACKELL-Sr. Council; Key, Na- 
tional Honor Society, Naturalist Clubs; 
Honor Student Program; Nat'l Merit Com- 
mended; All School Play; Biology Ass't.; 
Conference on Cities. 
PAMELA LUCILLE MACKEY-Jr. Pol- 
icy; Jr. Vaudeville; Girl's Ensemble; Cam- 
pus Book, Girl's Drill Team, Girl's League, 
Hi/Pi, Student Council, True Blue, Y- 
Teens Clubs; Honor Student Program; 
Commencement Usher; Homecom- 
ing Cutest Girl. 

BARBARA MALONE-Sr. Council; Jr. 
Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; A Capella; Choral 
Club; Madrigal; A Band; Orchestra; Great 
Books, HRC, National Honor Society, 
Student Council Clubs; Nat'l Achieve- 
ment Commended. 

THOMAS JOHN MARKS-Jr. Policy; Jr. 
Vaudeville; Music Men; New Establish- 
ment; A Band; Orchestra; Varsity Tennis; 
Exercise in Knowledge; Key, Math, Na- 
tional Honor Society, Naturalist Clubs; 
Honor Student Program; NEDT Certifi- 
cate; National Merit Finalist; I.U. Honors 
to Germany; School Musical; Biology, 
Music Ass't. 

EZELL F. MARRS-Jr. Vaudeville; 
Fresh., Reserve, Varsity Football; Fresh., 
Reserve, Varsity Wrestling; HRC, Red 
Cross, Student Council Clubs; Big 
Brother. 

MARTHA DENISE MASON-Sr. Coun- 
cil; Red Cross, Spanish Clubs; Big Sister; 
Honor Student Program. 
JUDITH KAREN M ASSE Y-G irl's 
League, Student Council, True Blue, Y- 
Teens Clubs; Big Sister; Commencement 
Usher; Annual Staff; Echo Staff. 
CATHERINE PATRICIA MCAN- 
DREWS-Sr. Play; Jr. Vaudeville; Echo 
News Editor, Editor in Chief; National 
Honor Society; Quill and Scroll; Student 
Council Clubs; Big Sister; Honor Student 
Program; Commencement Usher; Annual 
Staff; Echo Staff. 

ROBERT NEWTON MCCLURE- 
Sr. Council; Jr. Vaudeville; Varsity Golf; 
Fiction; Great Books, HRC, Key, Na- 
tional Honor Society, Photography Clubs; 
Honor Student Program; Echo Staff. 
SHARI DENISE MCCRAY-Sr. Play; Jr. 
Vaudeville; Girl's League; Red Cross, 
Student Council, Tri/hi/y, True Blue 
Clubs; Big Sister; Red Cross Agent. 
SHARON MARIE MERRIWEATHER- 



Sr. Council; Jr. Vaudeville; Girl's League, 
True Blue Clubs; Big Sister; Honor Stu- 
dent Program; Attendance Ass't.; Home- 
coming Queen Candidate. 
STEPHANIE MOSLEY-Jr. Vaudeville 
(Act Chairman); Orchestra; Exercise in 
Knowledge; Math, National Honor So- 
ciety, Red Cross, Thespians, True Blue 
Clubs; Big Sister; Honor Student Pro- 
gram; Nat'l Merit Commended; Com- 
mencement Usher; Biology, Business Of- 
fice Ass't.; Stage Crew; Make-up Crew; 
Conference on Cities. 
DENISE ELAINE MURRELL-Sr. Play; 
Jr. Vaudeville; A Capella; Choral Club; 
Madrigal; Footlights, Girl's League, Great 
Books, HRC, Library, National Honor 
Society, Red Cross, Spanish, Student 
Council, True Blue, Y-Teens (sec'y) 
Clubs; Big Sister (co-chairman); Honor 
Student Program; School Musical; Com- 
mencement Usher; Annual Staff; Library 
Ass't.; Christmas Echo, Red Cross Agent; 
ROTC (sponsor). 



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CYNTHIA ELIZABETH NANCE- 
Sr. Council; Jr. Vaudeville; Orchestra; 
Student Council; Honor Student Pro- 
gram; Commencement Usher; Homecom- 
ing Queen Candidate. 
MARY FITZWILLIAM NOLAN- 
Jr. Prom Committee Chairman; Jr. Pol- 
icy; Jr. Vaudeville; A Capella; Choral 
Club; Girl's Ensemble; Girl's League, 
HRC, Le Cercle Francais, National Honor 
Society, Naturalist (sec'y), Student Coun- 
cil Clubs; Study Abroad to France; 
School Musical; Echo Staff; Language 
Ass't. 



RE'NITA J. O'BANNON-Sr. Play; Jr. 
Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; Campus Book, 
Girl's League, Great Books, Hi/Pi, HRC, 
Red Cross, True Blue Clubs; Big Sister; 
All School Play; Christmas Play; Christ- 
mas Echo, Red Cross Agent. 
BARBARA ANN OVERTON-Sr. Play; 
Jr. Vaudeville; A CapeHa; Choral Club; 
Girl's League (pres.). Great Books, HRC, 
Red Cross (pres.), SPQR, Student Coun- 
cil, Tri/hi/y, True Blue, Y-Teens Clubs; 
Big Sister; Red Cross Award; Commence- 
ment Usher; Annual, Christmas Echo, 
Red Cross Agent, Make-up Crew. 
KARLA YVONNE OWENS-Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Girl's League, Tri/hi/y, True Blue 
Clubs; Big Sister; Counselor, Library, 
Attendance, Dean's Ass't. 



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GARLAND JEROME PANNELL- 
Reserve, Varsity Football; Varsity Track; 
Lettermen, National Honor Society, Stu- 
dent Council Clubs; NEDT Certificate; 
Nat'l Achievement Finalist; Nat'l Merit 
Semifinalist; ROTC Off icer. 
DEBORAH JEAN PAR KE R -G irl's 
League, HRC, Spanish, True Blue, Y- 
Teens Clubs; Big Sister; Typing Award; 
Echo Staff; Annual Agent. 
TERRI LYNN PARKER-Jr. Vaudeville; 
Band; Orchestra; HRC, Red Cross, Span- 
ish, Student Council, Tri/hi/y, Y-Teens, 
Big Sister Clubs; Echo staff; Pit Orches- 
tra; Stage Band; Red Cross Agent; Make- 
up Crew. 

RICHARD PAYNE-Varsity Cross Coun- 
try; Varsity Track; Lettermen's Club. 
PHYLLIS LYNATTA PEACHER- 
Jr. Vaudeville; Band; Orchestra; Major- 
ette; Stage Band; Pep Band. 
WALTER L. PEACOCK-Jr. Policy; 
Freshman Basketball; Freshman, Reserve, 
Varsity Football; Reserve, Varsity Track; 
Lettermen's club; Nat'l Merit Commend- 
ed; Physics Ass't. 

RONALD W. POWELL-Jr. Vaudeville; 
History, Physical Science Clubs. 
RICHARD DOUGLAS PRIM-Bowling; 
Freshman Track; Great Books, HRC, 
Student Council Clubs; Big Brother; Hon- 
or Student Program; All School, Christ- 
mas Plays; Biology, Gym Ass't.; Annual, 
Red Cross Agents; ROTC (Sgt.). 
CHERYL ANN PRYOR-Jr. Policy; 
Bowling; Girl's League, Les Fleurs de 
Lys (Sec'y) Clubs; Big Sister; Honor 
Student Program. 



BRIAN W. RADLIFFE-Sr. Council; Sr. 
Play; Jr. Vaudeville; Annual Activities 
Editor; New Establishment; Band (Capt.); 
Stage Band; Brass Choir; Pep Band; Music 
Men; Conference on Cities; Key (Vice 
Pres.), Student Council Clubs; Big Broth- 
er; School Musical, All School, Christmas 
Plays; Annual staff; Band, Human Rela- 
tions Ass't.; Annual Agent. 
DERRICK W. RANSOM-Band; Fresh- 
man, Reserve, Varsity Basketball; Fresh- 
man Track; Lettermen's, Student Coun- 
cil Clubs; Gym Ass't. 
BETTYE-JO ELVAN RAWLS-Sr. Coun- 
cil; Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; Jr. Vaude- 
ville Act Chairman; A Capella; Girl's 
League, Key (sponsor). National Honor 
Society (Sec'y-Treas.), Nautralist (Steer- 
ing Committee), Student Council (Treas.), 



True Blue Clubs; Big Sister; Honor Stu- 
dent Program; Nat'l Achievement Com- 
mended; Altrusa Merit Award; D.A.R. 
Good Citizenship Award; Commence- 
ment Usher; Prom Queen candidate; An- 
nual Agent; Make-up Crew; Girl's State. 
JOSEPH EDWARD RAY-Jr. Vaudeville; 
Spanish, Student Council Clubs; Stage 
Crew. 

ANGELIA ELAINE REID-Campus 
Book, Girl's League (V.-Pres.), HRC, Red 
Cross, Tri/hi/y, True Blue Clubs; Big 
Sister; Dean's Ass't. 

TERESA A. RHODES-Jr. Vaudeville; 
Choral Club; Big Sister. 
IRENE RICHARDSON-Girl's League, 
Red Cross, Y-Teens Clubs; Counselor 
Ass't. 

ALEXIS DIANNE ROGESTER-Jr. 
Vaudeville; Girl's League, Physical Sci- 
ence, Student Council, True Blue Clubs; 
Tech Keypunch; Commencement Usher; 
Echo Staff; Annual staff; Book Store 
Ass't. 

ALISON LEE ROOKER-Jr. Policy; Jr. 
Class Publicity Chairman; A Capella; Cho- 
ral Club; Madrigal; Orchestra; String En- 
semble; Pit Orchestra; Girl's League, 
HRC, Student Council, True Blue Clubs; 
Big Sister; School Musical; Annual staff; 
Dean's Ass't. 



PAMELA DENISE SALLEE-Sr. Coun- 
cil; Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; Girl's Drill 
Team (SFC); Girl's League, National Hon- 
or Society, Tri/hi/y, True Blue Clubs; 
Big Sister; Honor Student Program; Com- 
mencement Usher; Dean's Ass't; Jr. Prom 
candidate. 

DEBRA J. SAMS-Jr. Vaudeville; Girl's 
League, German, Red Cross, Student 
Council, Y-Teens Clubs; Big Sister; Coun- 
selor's, Career Sampling Ass't. 
TERESA DARLENE SANFORD-A Ca- 
pella; Choral Club; Footlights, Great 
Books, Naturalist, Student Council Clubs; 
Big Sister; Christmas Play. 
PAMELA SATTERFIELD-Girl's League, 
True Blue Clubs; Big Sister; Pom Pom 
Girl; Dean's Ass't. 

JULIUS C. SCOTT JR.-Freshman Bas- 
ketball, Freshman, Reserve Cross Coun- 
try; Freshman, Reserve, Varsity Track; 
HRC, Lettermen's, Spanish Clubs; Big 
Brother; Gym Ass't. 

ANITA LOUISE SING LETON-Jr. 
Vaudeville; Red Cross, Student Council, 
True Blue (Pres.) Clubs; Big Sister; School 
Musical; All School Play; Commencement 
Usher; Echo staff. 



DANIEL CHRISTOPHER SMITH-Sr. 
Council; Sr. Play; Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Bowling; A Capella (V. Pres.); New 
Establishment; Madrigal; Music Men; 
Chess, Footlights, HRC, Key, National 
Honor Society, Student Council, Thes- 
pians (V. Pres.), True Blue, FTA Clubs; 
Big Brother; Honor Student Program; 
School Musical; All School Play; Echo 
staff; Music, Office, Dean's Ass't; Annual 
Agent; Conference on Cities. 
JACQUELINE ELAINE SMITH-Campus 
Book, Debate, FBLA, Girl's League, HRC, 
Red Cross, Spanish, True Blue Clubs; 
Echo Staff; Nurse Ass't. 
RODNEY SMITH-Sr. Council; Reserve, 
Varsity Football; Varsity Track; Letter- 
men's, Red Cross, Student Council Clubs; 
Big Brother; Jr. Prom King Candidate; 
Gym, Dean's Ass't. 

PAULM.STARKEY-Sr. Play; Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Band; Great Books, Spanish Clubs; 
Mt. Eden High School — Hayward, Calif.; 
Echo Staff; Stage Band; Brass Choir. 
JUDITH E. STARKS-True Blue; Big Sis- 
ter; Echo Staff; English, Attendance Desk 
Ass't; Annual Agent. 

SHARON D. STEAVEN-Sr. Council; 
Sr. Play; Jr. Vaudeville; Powder Puff 
Football; A Capella; Girl's League, HRC, 
True Blue, Student Council Clubs; Big 
Sister; Attendance desk Ass't; Make-up 
Crew. 

KAY ILEENE STRONG-Sr. Class Vice- 
Pres.; Sr. Council; Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaude- 
ville; A Capella; Choral Club; Madrigal; 
Naturalist, Spanish, Student Council, True 
Blue Clubs; Big Sister; Honor Student 
Program; School Musical; Library Ass't. 
FREDDIE DARLENE SULLIVAN-Jr. 
Vaudeville; Campus Book, SPQR, Student 
Council, Tri/hi/y Clubs; Big Sister. 



DENNIS DEAN TAYLOR-Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Freshman, Reserve, Varsity Foot- 
ball; Freshman, Reserve, Varsity Track; 
Freshman, Reserve, Varsity Wrestling; 
Campus Book, Great Books, HRC, Key, 
Le Cercle Francais, Lettermen's Clubs; 
Art Ass't; Stage Crew. 
GWENDOLYN THOMAS-Sr. Play; Girl's 
Drill Team, Girl's League, Great Books, 
HRC, Student Council, True Blue, Y- 
Teens Clubs; Big Sister; Commencement 
Usher; Annual Staff; Book Store Ass't. 
VICKI LYNN THOMAS-Girl's League, 
Great Books, Library, Y-Teens Clubs; 
Big Sister; Library Ass't. 
RICHARD SCOUILLE TOUMEY- 
Sr. Council; Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville: 



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Basketball Manager; Great Books, Key, 
Student Council, Hypnosis Clubs; Big 
Brother; Echo Staff; Career Sampling 
Ass't.; Stage Crew. 

STEPHEN L. TOUMEY-Sr. Council; Jr. 
Vaudeville; Key, Naturalists, Student 
Council Clubs. 

PEGGY ANN TURNLEY-Girl's League, 
Great Books, HRC, Red Cross, Student 
Council, True Blue, Y-Teens Clubs; Nurse, 
Dean's Ass't. 

DORINE MARGARET TWYMAN- 
Jr. Vaudeville; Jr. Vaudeville Act Chair- 
man; Band; Orchestra; Campus Book, 
Girl's Drill Team; Girl's League, HRC, 
Red Cross, Student Council, Tri/hi/y, 
True Blue, Y-Teens (Pres.) Clubs; Big 
Sister; Honor Student Program; Regis- 
trar's, Dean's Ass't.; Annual, Red Cross, 
Fine Arts Agents; .Woodwind Ensemble. 
BRIAN SANTINO VENTRESCA-Re- 
serve Baseball; Fresh. Basketball; Fresh. 
Football; HRC, Student Council Clubs; 
Big Brother; Stage Crew (Manager). 



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EDWIN ERIC WALKER-Jr. Policy; Jr. 
Vaudeville; A Band; Orchestra; Fresh., 
Reserve Baseball; Fresh., Reserve, Var- 
sity Bowling; Fresh., Reserve Golf; Cam- 
pus Book, Footlights, HRC, Student 
Council Clubs; Big Brother; All School 
Play; Gym Ass't.; Prom King Candidate; 
Annual, Christmas Echo Agent. 
JANE ANN WARDERS-Jr. Vaudeville; 
Majorette (Capt.); Big Sister; Commence- 
ment Usher; Echo Staff; Counselor Ass't. 



PAULA RENEE WAR N E R-G irl's 
League, Spanish, Student Council, True 
Blue Clubs; Big Sister; Pom-Pom Girl; 
Gym Ass't.; Red Cross Agent. 
CAROLYN THERESA WATERS- 
Jr. Vaudeville; Majorette (Alternate); 
Campus Book, Girl's Drill Team, Girl's 
League, HRC, Student Council Clubs; 
Big Sister; Fresh. Cheerleader (Co-capt.); 
School Musical; Commencement Usher; 
Counselor, Gym, Dean's Ass't.; Home- 
coming Queen. 

SHARON ELIZABETH WATKINS-Sr. 
Play; Jr. Vaudeville; Choral Club; A 
Capella; Madrigals; Great Books, HRC, 
National Honor Society, Student Council 
Clubs; Big Sister; Honor Student Program; 
NEDT Certificate; Nat'l Merit Commend- 
ed; LU . Honors to France. 
LISA WEAVER-HRC, Student Council, 
Y-Teens Clubs; FTA Club; Big Sister. 
AMY LOU WELLS-Jr. Vaudeville; A 
Capella; Choral Club; Great Books, HRC, 
Student Council Clubs; Big Sister; Book 
Store Ass't. 

STEPHEN A. WILBURN-Jr. Vaudeville; 
A Capella; Madrigals; Big Brother. 
GERALDINE WILLI AMS-Great Books, 
Red Cross, Spanish, Y-Teens, FTA Clubs; 
Big Sister; Annual, Echo staff; Red Cross 
Agent. 

SHEILA DYAHANNE WILLIAMS-Jr. 
Vaudeville; Footlights, Girl's League, 
HRC, Red Cross, Spanish, Student Coun- 
cil, True Blue Clubs; Big Sister; Com- 
mencement Usher; Attendance, Dean's 
Ass't.; Fine Arts, Christmas Echo, Red 
Cross Agent; Winter Carnival of Fashions 



Model . 

DARLENE WILLIS-Girl's League, Great 
Books, HRC, Red Cross, Student Council, 
True Blue, Y-Teens Clubs; Big Sister; 
Dean's Ass't.; Annual Agent. 
TERRY LYNN WILLIS-Senior Sec'y; 
Sr. Council; Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; A 
Capella; Choral Club; New Establishment; 
Campus Book, Girl's League, HRC, Na- 
tional Honor Society, Naturalist, Spanish, 
Student Council, True Blue Clubs; Big 
Sister; Honor Student Program; Girl's 
State; Varsity Cheerleader; School Music- 
al; Commencement Usher; Gym, Dean's, 
Music, Typing Ass't.; Prom Queen. 
ANGELIS WILSON-Sr. Council; 
Jr. Vaudeville; Campus Book, Girl's 
League, Great Books, History, Hi/y, HRC, 
Spanish, Student Council, Y-Teens Clubs; 
Big Sister; Commencement Usher; Annual 
Agent. 

CHARLES C. WILSON JR.-Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Fresh., Varsity Track; Fresh., Re- 
serve Wrestling. 

MARY CATHERINE WILSON-Girl's 
League, SPQR, True Blue Clubs; Nurse's 
Ass't. 

PHYLLIS WITT-Jr. Vaudeville; Girl's 
Drill Team, Girl's League, Great Books, 
Hi/y, Student Council, True Blue, Y- 
Teens Clubs; Big Sister; Commencement 
Usher; Nurse, Dean's Ass't. 



DEBORAH VIVIAN YOUNG-Girl's 
League, Le Cercle Francais, Political Sci- 
ence, Red Cross, Student Council Clubs; 
Big Sister; Red Cross Agent. 



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Juniors work 
On Vaudeville 
And future 



The junior class began their year with 
the election of class officers. Later junior 
policy members were elected. Junior po- 
licy is the governing body of the junior 
class. 

Tensions around Vaudeville cuts time 
were especially high this year, as six acts 
turned out, and four made it. Junior 
policy members sold advertisements to 
finance the Vaudeville program. 

Juniors began to think about colleges 
and prepared for them by taking PSAT 
and SAT tests. 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Michelle Hall 
(pub. chairman), Orvella Isaac (secretary), 
Helen Dea (treas.), Mark Moss (pres.), Charlene 
Weeks (prog, ed.), Nancy Creedon (V.V. chair), 
Coleen Bolden (v. pres.). 



JUNIOR POLICY: Front Row-Nancy Creed- 
on, Mark Moss, Michelle Hall, Orvella Isaac, 
Mr. Ventresca (sponsor), Second Row— Michelle 
McLucas, Debra Davis, Melva Thomas, Miles 
Lloyd, David Moore, John Ray, Curtis Rumor. 
Third Row— Marie O'Conner, Elizabeth Ed- 
wards, Amy Campbell, Ira Hogan, Liz Barrow, 
Tim Clark, Michael White. Fourth Row— Tara 
Caldwell, Gerri Hollis, Denise Hughley, Diane 
Conway, David Ryder, Chris Soltermann, John 
Crawford. Back Row— Melvin McNairy, Rock 
Davis, Luke Akard, Jack Brown. 




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Jennifer Adams, Luke Akard, 
Sharon Alexander, Darlene 
Anderson, Vicki Marie Ander- 
son, Tracey Atwood, David 
Bacon, Howard King Baetz- 
hold, Barbara Baker. 

Phyllis Baker, Vanita Banks, 
Connie Barber, Nelvia Barnett, 
Orelius Barnett, Charles Bar- 
ringer, Elizabeth Barrow, 
Freda Batts, Thomas Beck. 

Terry Berryhill, Adrienne 
Blakemore, Derek Bland, Pa- 
tricia Blunt, Brian Boaz, Col- 
leen Bolden, Deborah Bondur- 
ant, Terry Boone, Stephanie 
Bouquett. 

Sarah Beth Bradshaw, Eliz- 
abeth Branson, Roland Bre- 
land, Carlene Brewer, Terrence 
Bridgewater, Vicki Brodus, 
Betsy Brolin, John Brown, Pa- 
tricia Brown. 

Roscoe Brown, Ruth Brown, 
Sonja Bruyn, Micheal Bryant, 
Micheal E. Bryant, Shelly Bu- 
chanan, Leonard Bullock, An- 
gela Bunch, Cordryan Burch. 

Herman Burdette, Anthony 
Burke, Wayne Burris, Bonita 
Busby, Nick Buschamnn, Tara 
Caldwell, Sandra Cameron, 
Amy Campbell, Cathy Camp- 
bell. 

Katherine Campbell, Riley 
Carr, Tanya Carson, Haywood 
Carter, Keith Carter, Patricia 
Carter, Melanie Caudill, Kerry 
Cheatum, Carlos Ciernos. 

Timothy Clark, Alfonso Cobb, 
Terri Cobb, 'Corine Coleman, 
Gregory Collins, Kevin Combs, 
Diane Conway, Frederick Cor- 
bin, Patrick Corcoran. 

Claudia Crawford, Nancy Cree- 
don, Derek Crider, Carol 
Crumes, Montaray Darlay, 
Theresa Davenport, Debra 
Davis, Johnny Davis, Kathe- 
leen Davis. 

Rock Davis, Helen Dea, Rich- 
ard Demmings, Dorothy Den- 
kins, Chester Dorsey, Donna 
Dowling, Emma Dozier, Deb- 
by Duckworth, Debra Duke. 

Micheal Dutton, Jacqueline 
Early, Elizabeth Edwards, 
Retha Eib, Gail Ellers, Garold 
Ellers, Sharon Elston, Sieg- 
fried Engler, John Erickson. 

Valerie Eubanks, Marshall 
Fields, William Fine, Alonez 
Finn, William Foley, Curtis 
Foster, Michelle Franklin, 
Leonra Freeman, Deborah 
French. 



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Juniors accept responsibility, have fun 




Juniors wait at the cage for their ballots to 
cast their votes in the Junior Class Primary 
Election. Mark Moss won the presidency. 

One of our many card-playing enthusiasts, 
Reitha Eib, deals to John Nieme and an 
anonymous pair of hands in our dependable, 
Shortridge cafeteria. 



Amy Friedman, Michael Gant, 
Emily Gardiner, Evelyn Gar- 
ing, Sarah Garmany, Charles 
Garrett, Tyrone Ghoston, 
James Gibbs, Martha Gibbs. 



Tracy Gilliland, James Good- 
rich, Sandra Grady, Kenneth 
Gray, Darryl Griffin, Bradford 
Grissom, Renee Gunn, Deb- 
orah Hagan, Rhonda Hale. 



Michelle Hall, Carmen Hamler, 
Charles Hamm, Nancy Harden, 
Diane Hardin, Rosemary Har- 
ger, Deborah Harper, Deborah 
Harris, James Harris. 



Sadye Harris, Reccia Hatchett, 
Steve Hatchek, Judith Haw- 
kins, Deborah Hayes, Alfred 
Hill, Elbert Hill, Elizabeth Hill 
Karen Hill. 



Ira Hogan, Ruthanne Hogan, 
Geri Hollis, Dwayne Hopkins, 
Dwight Hopkins, Velma How- 
ard, Denise Hughley, Chico 
Humble, Patty Hurrle. 



Robert Hutcherson, Mary In- 
graham, Orvella Isaac, Debra 
Jackson, Joy Jarrett, Kevin 
Johnson, Dwight Johnson, 
Cathy Jones, Oscar Jones. 





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124 




Philip Jones, Ronald Jones, 
Thomas Jones, Micheal Jor- 
dan, Jim Kamleiter, Carter 
Kendrick, Pamela Kimmons, 
Cletis Ladd, William Lash. 



Giannina Laurenzana, Sue 
Lawrence, Robert Lewis, Tim- 
othy Lewis, Jessie Long, Willie 
Long, Marie Love, Philip Low- 
ry. Miles Loyd. 



Susan Loyd, Patricia Lucas, 
Keith Lyerson, Gina Macri, 
Sheila Majors, Johnny Man- 
son, Micheal Marley, Eugene 
Marshall, Sharon Martin. 



LaTonya Massie, Robin Max- 
ey, Bernadette Maxwell, Frank 
Maxwell, Gloria Mays, Richard 
Mays, Micheal McAndrews, 
Karen McCauley, Virgil Mc- 
Clendon. 

Kathy McClure, Juenetta Mc- 
Cormick, Varnetta McCrackin, 
Queen Ester McDougald, Lyn- 
da Mclntyre, Susie McKee, 
Michele McLucas, Melvin Mc- 
Nairy, Henrettia Means. 



Debbi Merriman, Stanley Mer- 
riweather, David Miller, Dom- 
inique Miller, James Milton, 
Alexis Mirsky, Sheree Mitch- 
ell, Terri Mitchell, Alan Mitter. 



David Moore, Leslie Morris, 
Anita Morse, David Mark 
Moss, Eric Mullin, Steven 
Myers, Janis Nichols, John 
Nieme, Earl Nowlen. 



Keith Nye, Marie O'Conner, 
Carolyn Officer, Angela Orton, 
Kenton Owen, William Pace, 
Larry Parker, Ivy Jo Patter- 
son, James Payton. 



Judy Perdue, Jacqueline Per- 
kins, Larry Phinisee, John 
Pierson, Debra Pipkins, Jeffrey 
Ragar, Steve Randall, Marie 
Rapier, John Ray. 



Marya Read, Donald Reed, 
Jerome Richardson, Mary Rin- 
gel, Jackie Roddy, Anthony 
Rose, David Rose, Christopher 
Rother, Wanita Rowley. 



Curtis Rumer, Titus Rush, Ed- 
ward Rushin, Byron Russell, 
Micheal Russell, David Ruder, 
Sheila Ryle, Vicki Sallee, Stan- 
ley Sanders. 



Marva Satterfield, Tony Scott, 
Elizabeth Sherlock, Jill Slay- 
maker, Damita Smartt, Brad 
Smith, Charles Smith, Helen 
Smith, Karla Smith. 



125 



» Juniors plan and execute experiments in Chem- 
istry. Here, Mrs. Ballow's class prepares to 
jot down their scientific conclusions from an 
experiment in a laboratory period. 



Chria Soltermann, Deirdre Sp- 
encer, Connie Spradley, Ron- 
nie- Springer, Patricia Starks, 
Sandra Steaven, John Steich- 
en, Donald Stewart, Shirley 
Stewart. 



Shirley Stigler, Daryl Stout, 
Herbert Stratton, Celeste 
Strickland, John Swanigan, 
Chris Tabbert, Jerolyn Tate, 
Rita Tess, Anthony Thomas. 



Melva Thomas, Vera Thomas, 
Doug Thompson, Ewing 
Thompson, Tamara Thomp- 
son, Elizabeth Townsend, Mar- 
line Trice, Wayne Tucker, 
James Twitty. 



James Tyler, Thea Tyler, Ro- 
land Usher, Eric Va/jghn, Jef- 
fery Vogel, Robert Wade, Bon- 
nie Walker, Sonia Walker, 
Robbin Wallace. 



Cathleen Walsh, Joyce Warsaw, 
Rhoda Washington, Michael 
Watson, Debra Weathington, 
Licia Weber, Bonita Webster, 
Iris White, Denise Whitfield. 



Lucinda Wiggins, Cedric Wil- 
cher, Alan Wiles, Randolph 
Wilford, Betty Williams, Bryan 
Williams, Charles Williams, 
Frank Williams, Norris Wil- 
liams. 

Sherman Williams, Barbara 
Williamson, Nathan Wimber- 
ly, L'Tanya Winlock, Iva Wis- 
dom, Joan Wooley, Melinda 
Wright, Willie Wright, Terry 
Young. 



Diedra Yowell, David 
Julia Zimmerman. 



Zike, 



126 




Sophs, experience innovative program 




After an ordinary and typical fresh- 
man year, sophomores were in for a 
surprise when they returned this fall. 
Sophomores were a part of the Innovative 
Program. This program was met with 
mixed emotions. Some students felt it 
was worthwhile and beneficial, but the 
sentiments of the majority of sophomores 
leaned toward the negative side. Discon- 
tentment with team teaching caused a 
sophomore walk-out. From this walk-out 
grew the Sophomore Advisory Commit- 
tee. This committee met irregularly to 
discuss problems that concerned sopho- 
mores. 

Sophomore biology students took a 
trip to St. Francis Hospital. Sophomore 
girls went on a trip to the Indiana Girl's 
School, while the boys visited the Pend- 
leton State Reformatory. When research 
projects expanded, sophomore classes vis- 
ited the Central Library. 



Tom Commons really gets up in the world 
as he labors for the stage craft crew building 
a balcony for the Senior Play, Cyrano de 
Bergerac. 



John D. Adams, Lorraine Ak- 
ers, Ricky Alexander, Ruth 
Alexander, Anthony Allen, 
Debra Allen, Reginald Allen, 
Dee Anderson, Robert Ander- 
son. 



Curtis Andrews, Joyce An- 
drews, Janet Archy, Ronald 
Atkins, Carl Bailey, Raymond 
Baker, Geneva Bailey, Jimmie 
Bailey, Star Bailey. 



Sara Ballard, Toni Ballinger, 
Avis Banks, Calvin Banks, Eva 
Banks, Juan Battle, Dartez 
Baxter, Marilyn Baynes, Debra 
Belk. 



Gary Bell, Jacqueline Bell, Pal- 
issia Bellamy, Becky Bennett, 
Spiro Bereveskos, Darlene Bar- 
ryhill, Anna Bies, Jacqueline 
Blackman, Sam Blandina. 



Susan Blankenbaker, Kent 
Bledsoe, Evon Board, Allison 
Bond, Benjamin Boone, James 
Bowers, Antonetta Boyd, 
John Boyd, Kevin Bradley. 



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Daneil Bridgewater, William 
Bridwell, Deborah Broach, 
Jaunice Broach, Angela Brown, 
Clevland Brown, Ernest 
Brown, Herbert Brown, Ken- 
neth Brown. 



Robert Brown, Rowena 
Brown, Frank Brownlow, Te- 
resa Bryant, Beverly Bryant, 
Charise Bullock, Michael Bul- 
lock, Mark Bundrant, Darrell 
Burks. 



Derrick Burks, Myron Burris, 
Glenn Busby, Vickie Buxton, 
William Byrd, Karl Cain, 
Michael Cain, Michael Cain, 
Barry Caldwell. 



Dolly Campbell, Damon Cana- 
dy, Cynthia Carney, Brenda 
Carter, Mark Caudill, Keith 
Chambers, Jerry Cheung, 
Charles Chrismon, Val Cristo- 
pher. 



Alexander Clark, Betty Clark, 
Marc Clark, Marva Cobb, Lar- 
ry Coles, Thomas Commons, 
Craig Conley, Vienna Conway, 
Lucretia Cotton. 



Neal Cowherd, Wayne Cow- 
herd, Thomas Craig, John 
Crawford, Herbert Crawford, 
Thomas Crosby, Toni Cross, 
Kathy Crossland, Keith Cross- 
land. 



Gregory Crowe, Cassandra 
Crowley, Gloria Culp, Ralph 
Davenport, Betty Davis, Don- 
ald Davis, Janice Davis, Jerry 
Davis, Samuel Davis. 



Jo Davison, Wanda Demmings, 
Joe DeVasher, Byron Doug- 
las, Darryl Douglas, Larry Dud- 
ley, Dan Duke, Michael Du- 
rante, Brenda Durham. 



Deborah Edwards, LaJuana 
Edwards, Sarah Edyvean, Von- 
da Elam, Gregory Elder, Lois 
Eldridge, Wallace Elliott, Paula 
Epstein, Earon Ervin. 



Cheri Etters, Oliver Eubanks, 
Brian Evans, Joy Evans, Kath- 
erine Evans, Beverly Ewing, 
IMadine Fenderson, Steven Fer- 
guson, Janet Fisher. 



Annie Fletcher, Mark Floyd, 
Mike Foley, Marie Foster, Mi- 
chelle Fraction, Kathy Frank- 
lin, Rodney Franklin, Teresa 
Franklin, Maryrita Gaines. 



Michael Gardener, Tina Gar- 
ret, Karl Jon Glickert, Carol 
Golder, Cecil Golder, William 
Golder, Millicent Goodson, 
Carol Grady, Keith Gray. 







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128 




Kevin Gray, Raymond Gray, 
James Green, Victoria Green, 
Vincent Greene, Claire Griffin, 
Darryl Griffin, Carolyn Hall, 
Toni Hall 



Eric Hammond, Renee Hans- 
bough, Barbara Hansen, Jesse 
Hardin, Thomas Hardin, Har- 
vey Hardnett, Dana Harvey, 
Scott Hatchel, Gerry Hatchett, 



Sue Hatfield, Dorothy Hayes, 
Julie Helmar, Libbie Hender- 
son, Sandra Henderson, Viv- 
ian Henry, Chris Hill, Lomor- 
ris Hillman, Steven Hodges. 



Rita Hogan, Kathy Holder, 
Lathron Hollis, Julia Hollo- 
way, Lydia Holmes, Mary Hol- 
mes, Jeris Hooks, John Hop- 
kins, Rhonda Hopson 



Greg Horwitz, Dwayne How- 
ard, Morris Howard, Debbie 
Hubbard, Charles Huddelston, 
Harvey Hudson, Denise Hun- 
ter, Toni Hurrle, Alfred Hurt. 



Denise Jackson, Joan Jackson, 
Valerie Jackson, Barbara 
James, John Jelliffe, Donna 
Jenkins, Dennis Johnson, 
Frances Johnson, Jerry John- 
son. 



Johnnie Johnson, Leo John- 
son, Russell Johnson, Sarion 
Johnson, Stewart Johnson, Ce- 
cil Jones, Cheryl Jones, Cyn- 
thia Jones, Deborah Jones. 



Dennis Jones, Jeanette Jones, 
Jeffery Jones, Lora Jones, 
Tom Jones, William Jones, 
Jack Jordan, Reggie Jordan, 
Mike Kilbride. 



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Team students busily look at magazines in 
order to select pictures for their collages. 



129 



Terri King, Clifford Lawrence, 
Willie Lawrence, Mary Law- 
son, Derrick League, Sheila 
Ledford, Deborah Lee Patri- 
cia Lee, Terry Lee. 

James Liddell, Glenda Light- 
foot, Jane Lingeman, Robert 
Love, Sandra Lovelace, Greg 
Luarry, Angela Ludding- 
ton, Lawrence Lunsford, Don- 
ald MacKienzie. 



Timothy Mackey, Henry Mad- 
dox, Douglas Makurat, Janet 
Malone, Bradley Martin, Diane 
Martin, Eiko Martin, Janet 
Martin, Joseph Martin. 



Theresa Martin, Tonny Mason, 
Philip Matthews, Yvonne Mat- 
thews, Cathy Mays, Deborah 
McCaskey, Rosalyn McCaskey, 
Vikki McCoy, Brenda McGee. 




Sophomores — intrigued in learning more 



This year in the new innovative program, Mr. 
Perry's sophomore team takes advantage of 
a few moments of preparation before watching 
a filmstrip. 



Joyce McKnight, Tom Mc- 
Laughlin, Nona Merrill, 
Dwight Merritt, Jerome Mid- 
dleton, Ronald Milgate, Jef- 
frey Miller, Kathy Miller, Wil- 
liam Minor. 



Terri Mockabee, Desralee 
Moore, Doris Moore, Russell 
Moore, Dorothy Mosley, 
Pamela Mosley, Patricia 
Mosley, Leonard Moss, Jerome 
Moses. 



Edward Murrell, Leon Myers, 
Pamela Nelson, Michael Nem- 
ecek, Cheryl Neville, Clayton 
Nicholas, Steve Nixon, Percy 
Norman. 




130 




Jeff Miller listens intently to direction from 
his fellow color guard officers, as he raises the 
flag for an early morning pep session. 



Denise Northington, Leon 
Ovelton, Carol Overton, Renee 
Owens, Janna Parker, Valerie 
Parker, Mary Parrott, Gloria 
Payton, Lela Pedigo. 



Winifred Penn, Sandra Perdue, 
Donna Perkens, Shirley Per- 
kins, James Person. Dwaine 
Perry, Sharon Pervine, James 
Phillips, Larry Phinisea. 



David Pierson, Chris Pike, 
Kathy Polk, Gregory Porter, 
Shoni Potter, Pamela Powe, 
Carol Prim, Kris Pursigor, 
James Quails. 



Evan Ragar, Clyde Rainey, 
Jennifer Ramsey, Deborah 
Rand, Denise Randolph, Jean- 
ette Randolph, Sherre Rawls, 
Ray Nothaniel, Robert Reed. 



Karen Reeves, Sterling Rice, 
Matt Richardson, Sharla Rod- 
dy, David Rogers, Fredrick 
Rogers, Kenneth Rogers, Rus- 
sell Rourke, Jan Rowan. 



Todd Rumor, Glen Rush, Den- 
nis Russell, J. D. Sanders, Jaki 
Sanders, Greta Sargent, Chris- 
topher Schneider, Catherine 
Schott, Charles Scott. 



Dovie Scott, Shon Scott, Der- 
rick Scruggs, Anthony Seats, 
Doug Sefton, Mike Sefton, 
Anna Selmanoff, Michael 
Shea, Lydia Shaw. 



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Deborah Sheldon, Dons Shep- 
pard, Tony Shirley, Janet Shi- 
vely, Stephen Singleteary, 
Mark Skole, Scott Slaymaker, 
Chris Smeehuyzen, Cheryl 
Smiley. 



Barry Smith, Kevin Smith, 
Latherio Smith, Mary Smith, 
Mitchell Smith, Robert Smith, 
Ronald Smith, Suzan Smith, 
James Spaulding. 



Debra Spurling, Brenda Stal- 
lion, Mary Stanford, James 
Starkey, Cynthia Starrett, Al- 
berta Steavens, Dale Stern, 
Patricia Stigler, Leah Stiles. 



Steven Stocks, Debra Stokes, 
Jesse Stover, Cora Stowers, 
Robert Stricklen, Ezell Sul- 
livan, Keith Sutton, Jacque- 
line Sweatt, James Talley. 



Lisa Talley, Keith Tate, Ar- 
lene Taylor, Carla Taylor, 
Elizabeth Taylor, Sheila 
Tenner, Pamela Terry, Anita 
Thomas, Anthony Thompson. 



Donna Thompson, Loretta 
Thompson, Wi Hard Thomp- 
son, Ricardo Tinker, Bonnie 
Turner, Holly Turner, Patricia 
Turner, William Turnley, 
Sorelle Vaughe. 

Ann Ventresca, Patricia Day 
Walker, James Walker, Terry 
Wallace, Sheryl Washing- 
ton, Marilyn Watkins, Thomas 
Watkins, Carol Watson, Elbert 
Watts. 



Carmon Weaver, Steven Webb, 
Cathy Weber, Patricia Web- 
ster, Betsy Wells, Michael 
Wells, Michelle Wells, Suzanne 
Wells, Cathy Welsh. 



Deborah White, Edwin White, 
Sylvia White, Myra Wiley, Br- 
yan Williams, Cheryl Williams, 
Cindy Williams, Phyllis Wil- 
liams, Vicki Williams. 



Angela Wilson, Rose Wilson, 
Sandra Wilson, Searon Wilson, 
Gertrude Woodruf f , G lenn 
Woods, Marilyn Yarbro, Fred 
Young. 







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High school 
Is change 
For freshmen 

Not since the start of the Academic 
Program at Shortridge has there been 
such an overall change as in the Innova- 
tive Program. Freshmen taking part in 
this "first" also earned the distinction 
of being the largest class. 

The Innovative Program, headed by 
Dr. Rummel, consisted of five teams. 
Each team was composed of four teachers 
and one hundred and twenty-five stu- 
dents who took field trips to such places 
as the Indianapolis Museum of Art and 
the City County Building. Freshmen also 
took time out to view special films in 
the auditorium. 

Opinions concerning team teaching 
ranged from very enthusiastic to ques- 
tioning. One freshman summed it up in 
this way: "Team teaching is better 
than the usual conventional classroom, 
but it still lacks something." 

Students listen as Mrs. Kirby gives instruction 
to her freshman Spanish I class. Olel 




Robert Adair, Alycia Adams, 
Amy Adams, Joe Adams, Shel- 
ley Aders, Betty Agnew, Fran- 
ces Alexander, Bijanka Allen, 
Carolyn Allen. 



Ivin Allen, James Allen, Leola 
Allen, Paul Allen, Jay Alley, 
Bever Anderson, Marsha And- 
erson, Charlotte Andrews, Le- 
eta Anthony. 



Hillard Armour, Denis Avery, 
Denise Avery, Slim Bailey, Al- 
len Banks, Ulysses Banks, San- 
dra Barnett, Pamela Batemon, 
Cheryl Belk. 



Verna Bell, Katherine Bern- 
berey, James Benn, Bernita 
Berryhill, Loen Beverly, Mi- 
cheal Bies, Patricia Blackmon, 
Ronald Blakey, Bruce Boh- 
lander. 

Celia Boler, Yolanda Bonds 
Christine Bostick, Steven Bou 
ghton, Greg Boyd, Vickie 
Boyd, Sheila Bradford, 
Barbara Branch, Victoria 
Brandon. 



133 



In teacher Gary Wood's freshman class, stu- 
dents learn a practical application of business 
by putting the barter system into action. 



Mary Branson, Bill Breson, 
Toni Breson, Anthony Brewer, 
Deloris Brewer, Kathy Bric- 
cetti, Alene Brown, Celene 
Brown, Don Brown. 



Dwain Brown, Maurice Brown, 
Patricia Brown, Rickie Brown, 
Thea Brown, William Brown, 
William Brown, Carmen 
Brown, Jessie Byrant, 



Theresa Bryant, Elliot Bullie, 
Regina Buntin, Charles Burke, 
Dewayne Burke, Michael 
Burke, Terry Burrus, Glen 
Busby, Harry Bush, 



Tonie Bush, Alice Calhoun, 
Marcia Cameron, Rosila Camp- 
bell, Shelia Cannon, Philip 
Carroll, Joye Carter, Robin 
Chandler, Leslie Cheney, 



Sue Clairedy, Debra Clark, Jeri 
Clark, Tina Cobb, Mark Cole, 
Cecelia Coleman, Connie Cole- 
man, Donald Coleman, Mary 
Coleman, 



Michelle Coleman, Sindy Cole- 
man, Steve Coleman, Betsy 
Colgan, Bonita Collins, North- 
ina Cooper, Jeffrey Colston, 
Harold Conway, David Cou- 
den. 



Alice Covington, Diana Cox, 
Nancy Craig, Richard Craig, 
Wesley Crawford, Ronald 
Crayton, Thomas Crossland, 
Diane Crey, Lynn Crosby. 




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Derrick Curry, Garcia Davee, 
Andrea Davis, Dennis Davis, 
Derrell Davis, Joslynn Davis, 
Keith Davis, Rogers Dawson, 
Susie Dawson. 



Denise Dirroh, Linda Dicker- 
son, Johnathan Dillard, Helen 
Dodd, Steve Donegan, Mona 
Donovan, Pam Donovan, Julia 
Dorn, Kim Dorsey. 



Sandra Douglas, Bill Dresser, 
Bill Duerscheadt, Delores Dun- 
can, Tanya Duncan, Brian 
Dunham, Randell Dycus, 
William Ealy, Mitchell 
Edmonds. 



Gloria Emerson, Rose Engler, 
Brenda Ervin, Carol Ervin, 
Vicki Ervin, Wes Ervin, 
Rodney Evans, Wilmetta 
Evans, Elona Evans. 



Mosey Fenderson, Verlinda 
Ferguson, John Fewell, Joyce 
Fields, Kenneth Fields, Pame- 
la Fisher, Jennifer Finnell, 
Debra Fletcher, Christopher 
Flint. 



Stanley Flowers, John Foley, 
Darnell Ford, Kathy Ford, Wil- 
son Fox, Selina France, David 
Franklin, Leta Freeman, Eliza- 
beth French. 



Vincent French, Pamela Fresh, 
Malinda Gains, James Galla- 
gher, Laurie Gardner, Judy 
Garrett, Toni Garrett, Colleem 
Garry, Lajuanda Gibson. 



Jeff Gilbert, Debra Golder, 
Alan Gould, Joyce Goulding, 
Patsy Grace, Kathy Grannan, 
Cassandra Grant, James Grant, 
Gloria Graves. 



Peter Gray, Barbara Green, 
Jay Green, Lois Green, Betsy 
Greene, Gerald Greenwade, 
Maggie Grimes, Vicky Grisby, 
Tom Hackett. 



John Hadley, Tom Haffman, 
Marcia Hainey, Valerie Hale, 
Ricky Hamiter, Joel Hardy, 
Kitty Harger, Jennifer Harper, 
Angela Harrington. 



Audrey Harris, Wilbert Har- 
rison, Harlon Hoskins, Brian 
Hawkins, Liander Hayes, Reba 
Hayes, Theresa Hazelwood, El- 
enora Heard, Rubi Henderson. 



Debra Henson, Garland Hen- 
son, Carlyle Hill, Marsha Hill, 
Ida Hillman, Felicia Hinant, 
Brad Hirtzel, Charles Hobson, 
Michael Hoke. 



135 



Cynthia Holland, Rodney 
Hooks, Eugene Hooton, Jef- 
frey Hopson, Robert Howard, 
Rodney Howell, Avery Hud- 
son, Patricia Humphrey, Gail 
Humphreys. 

David Huxhold, Howard In- 
gram, Marlillia Ingram, Syl- 
vester Ingram, Helen Ivy, Er- 
nest Jarrett, J. J. Jackson, 
Pamela Jackson, Rodney Jack- 
son. 

Robbin Jefferson, Bruce John- 
son, Diane Johnson, James 
Johnson, Janet Johnson, 
Kathy Johnson, Scott John- 
son, Sherry Johnson, Sylvia 
Johnson. 



Annette Jones, Crawford 
Jones, Ernestine Jones, Jean- 
ette Jones, Jeffrey Jones, Mi- 
chelle Jones, Pequita Jones, 
Renee Jones, Rhonda Jones. 



Rochelle Jones, Terry Jones, 
Tyler Jones, Vonnya Jones, 
Vivian Joyner, Felicia Kemper, 
Solomon Kennedy, Willie 
King, Terry Kinnard. 



Rickey Knox, Elsa Kramer, 
Larry Lael, Lisa Lacy, Gilbert 
Lamont, Keith Lasher, Darwin 
Lewis, Deborah Lewis, Johnny 
Lewis. 



Veronica Lewis, Byron Lip- 
kins, Linda Long, Daniel Love- 
lace, Diana Lyerson, Cheryl 
Majors, Andrea Manning, 
Joann Manson, Irene Manvel. 



Karen Markland, Tra Marsh, 
Doug Mathis, Lynn Mathis, 
Antonio Martin, Charles Mar- 
tin, Penny Martin, Debra 
Mason, Anthony Matthews. 



Stanley May, Merle McAnal- 
len, Kathy McClendon, Karla 
McClury, Reginald McCul- 
lough, Dave McDowell, Linda 
McFarland, Marian McGrome, 
Tim McLaughlin. 

Clarnssa McLay, Rita McLen- 
don, Diane McPherson, Kevan 
Melton, Vicki Merriman, 
Michael Metchell, Anthony 
Middleton, Curtis Miller, 
Dawn Miller. 



Elizabeth Miller, Kevin Miller, 
William Miller, Deirdre Minor, 
Karen Mintor, Vicki Monroe, 
Toni Montgomery, Catherine 
Moore, Constance Moore. 



Gwendolyn Moore, Iris Moore, 
Joe Moore, Linda Moore, 
Tanya Moore, Toni Moore, 
Teresa Moreland, Jeffrey 
Morse, Willie Moses. 





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136 



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George Mosley, Lisa Mosley, 
Robert Mosley, Jeannine Mur- 
rell, Darryl Murphy, Karen 
Murphy, Harry Musgrove, Ted 
Myers, Barbara Myricks. 



Gogi Napier, Robyn Nichol- 
son, Blenda Nolcox, Roger 
Northington, Kathy O'Con- 
nor, Kevin O'Connor, Thomas 
Ohrn, Uzo Osili, Willard 
Owens. 



Valerie Paicely, Thomas Park- 
er, Joe Patterson, Nathaniel 
Patton, James Payne, Denise 
Peacock, Danny Pell, Jeffrey 
Penick, Anthony Pennington. 



Phyllis Pepper, Yvonne Perry, 
Susan Peters, Floris Petty, 
Warren Petty, John Phelps, 
Debra Phillips, Larry Phinisee, 
Linda Pierson. 



James Poston, Dion Priest, 
Gloria Pringle, Barbara Rad- 
ford, Edward Ramsey, Michael 
Randolph, Vivien Randolph, 
Craig Ratcliff, Dan Read. 



Deborah Reed, Darreyl Reeves, 
Rita Rent, Brad Rice, 
Carl Rice, David Rice, Sylvia 
Rice, Karen Rickman, Martha 
Ringel. 



Lois Rivers, Rita Roberts, 
Helen Robertson, Yvonne 
Robinson, Diane Rogers, Sher- 
ryla Rolle, Debbie Rooks, Syl- 
vester Rowe, Ronald Rowlette. 



Timothy Rush, Robert Rus- 
sell, Sarah Ryder, Ann Sack- 
enheim, Toni Sales, Hampton 
Sallee, Barbara Sanders, Ed- 
ward Sanders, Rhonda Sand- 
ers. 



Sharon Sanders, Eric Saper- 
stein, Keith Satterfield, Karen 
Sawyer, James Scalon, Debbie 
Schneider, Michael Schnitz- 
meyer, Derek Scruggs, Linda 
Seals. 



Connie Sharp, Greg Sharpe, 
Earl Shaw, Kelly Shea, Jon 
Shepherd, Terry Shepherd, 
Paul Shively, Prentice Siegel, 
Byron Simmons. 



Connie Simpson, Andrea 
Smith, Celeste Smith, Delinda 
Smith, Ella Smith, Gail Smith, 
Mary Smith, Nina Smith, 
Stanley Smith. 



Wayne Smith, Beverly Snow, 
Pamela Snow, Laurie Solter- 
mann, Lucia Spears, Portia 
Spencer, Carolyn Stanfill, 
Lynnecha Stevenson, Laconia 
Stewert. 



137 



Freshmen find study, entertainment at SHS 




Miss McNairy's freshman reading class strives to improve their reading speed and ability along with 
their vocabulary and comprehension. 



Theresa Stewart, Sandra Stick- 
ler, Wynona Stokely, David 
Stovall, Mike Stovall, Helen 
Stratton, Joann Suggs, Leon 
Sullivan, Peggy Sullivan. 



Keith Sutton, Sherman Tack- 
ett, Debra Talley, Robert Tan- 
ner, Otha Taylor, Rita Taylor, 
Russell Taylor, Betty Tarvin, 
Carolyn Teague. 



Roselyn Tener, Brian Thomas, 
Karen Thomas, Robert Thom- 
as, Thero Thomas, Anthony 
Thompson, Robert Thomp- 
son, Elaine Thorton, Nathan 
Thuma. 



Derrick Tipton, Ronald Tool- 
ley, Palestin Townsend, Diane 
Trotter, Arthur Tucker, Sheila 
Turner, Teresa Turner, Rickie 
Tyson, Vicki Upshaw. 



Kenneth Utley, Laura Vent- 
resca, Andrea Wade, Dennis 
Wagner, John Waldon, Sharon 
Walker, Brenda Walston, 
Cherry Walton, Mia Lon 
Walton. 








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138 







A variety of expressions are seen as each fresh- 
man cheerleader, and other fans in the stands, 
react differently to what is on the field. 



Carol Ward, Karla Ward, Kim 
Warfield, Steve Warner, Brenda 
Washington, Michael Watkins, 
Kathy Watson, Adrienne 
White, Toni White. 



Paula Whitfield, Ronnie Wig- 
gins, Steve Wiggins, Tim Wig- 
gins, Dennis Williams, Eddie 
Williams, Emma Williams, 
Gwendolyn Williams, James 
Williams. 



Joe Williams, Kerry Williams, 
Marlon Williams, Paul Wil- 
liams, Steven Williams, Thom- 
as Williams, Ticia Williams, 
Venice Williams, Cecile Wil- 
son. 



Diane Wilson, Kandi Wilson, 
Kim Wilson, Wayne Wilson, 
Diane Wimsatt, Michelle Win- 
frey, Anthony Winston, James 
Wiseman, Thomas Woodard. 



Arnold Wooden, Sheila Woods, 
Roger Woodson, Cheryl 
Wright, Jeffrey Wright, Teresa 
Yates, Dana Yowell, Marilyn 
Thomas. 



139 




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Shortridgers . . . experimenting in . . . 
the world of business . . . preparing for 
their place in the future. Plotting their 
course ... to a better understanding of 
their community and its commercial 



activity. 



Surrounded in the beauty of the Wash- 
ington Flower Shop, Alison Rooker and 
Kathy McClure smell the beautiful aroma 
of the flowers. The Washington Flower 
Shop-30th and Washington Blvd., 
923-2428. 

Mr. Bell poses beside the shelves 
loaded with helpful pharmaceutical goods 
at Bell's Prescription Center-3400 N. 
Meridian St., 926-5463. 

Allan Mitter displays some of Atlas 
Supermarket's choice meat products. 
Atlas Supermarket-720 E. 54th St., 
255-6800. 




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142 




Students buy 
Local goods 



Denise Murrell and Keith Crain admire 
the luscious candy among the other as- 
sorted foods at King's Variety Store— 140 
E. 30th St., 924-4726. 

Gaile Ellers, Jill Slaymaker, Mark Hor- 
witz, and Alison Rooker enjoy themselves 
in a visit to The Accent Shop-6180 Hill- 
side Ave., 251-9221. 



143 



Food, gas 
Make people 
Go strong 

Will rush to fill your car up with 
gas, wash your windshield with energy, 
check under your hood, and give you an 
added bonus— top value stamps. You get 
service with a flair at FLOYD'S!-1845 
East 38th Street, 923-8929. 

What do you do with an empty 
COCA-COLA can after you drink every- 
thing that's in it? Peggy Hudson sti 
thirsty, places the can on top of her head, 
and wonders who in the world will be 
nice enough to buy her the "real thing" 
another COCA-COLA. 

Janis Eshowsky displays three of her 
favorite, yummy cereals as she shops at 
SEVEN-ELEVEN SUPERMARKETS. 
Seven-Eleven stores can fulfill any of 
your needs and are open from seven in 
the morning to eleven at night— located 
at 39th and Illinois Streets. 




144 




Photography, 
ng are 
Big business 

NATIONAL SCHOOL STUDIOS 

Best Wishes 

Your Underclass Photographer 

5442 North Keystone Ave. 

253-1884 



MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK 
38th Street Banking Office 
Eugene L. Pavey, Vice President 
21 West 38th Street 
926-3384 



Member F.D.I.C 



145 





John Hobbs 



Portia Tharpe 



Pamela Kuhn 



CPno/o D^effex <u/uc//'o 
13. c5. Clares & Go. 



637-4411 CjxL 435 
(Ljianfn J/oor 



Kevin Lillard 



Rob Dawson 



Cynthia Styles 







146 





Selected counseling for selected customers 

Winner of 73 national yearbook awards 



Ridger's view 
Places to go 
Things to do 



For excellent lunch and dinner of 
Chinese and American food, visit the 
LANTERN ROOM. Open daily from 11 
AM to 10 PM. Banquet rooms are also 
available. 3764-68 N. Meridian St. Phone 
925-9700 



Robin Wallace is a member of the 
PEPSI generation. She knows that you've 
got a lot to live and PEPSI 's got a lot to 
give. 



SLAYMAKER AND ASSOCIATES 




148 



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^'^^a;^^^:^^- b^b 











Compliments of 



The Georgetown Square Shopping Center 



30th and Georgetown Road 




Congratulations to the Class of 1972. 




The Bank. 
Indiana National 



MEMBER FDIC 



149 



GO '72 GO! 
Lieber Equipment Co. 



Stomps and Carter say 

"Hi!" 

(and Good Luck, too) 



So does The New 



and A Capella 



150 




Susan Blankenbaker says: Please tell your 
parents to shop at my dad's supermarkets. 
RICHARD'S MARKET BASKETS 
2350 East 52nd Street at Keystone 

Avenue 
3701 East 38th Street at Sherman Drive 
4401 East New York Street at Euclid. 



151 



Stokely Van Camp 




1972 Basketball Team members Ron Jones, Chuck Jordan and Chester 
Dorsey clown around in the Echo Office while drinking "Gatorade"— The 
Thirst Quencher. 




Congratulations to the Class of 1972 from the mighty, marching Blue Devils. 



152 



The Annual and Echo staff (people 


with money) say "thanks for the memories' 


that their year of working with 


publications gave 


them. 






Barbara Hill 




Brian Radiffe 


Beth Burris 


Peggy Hudson 




Mr. Robert Houston 


Terry Walsh 


Mark Horwitz 




Cathy McAndrews 


Sharon Carter 


Janis Eshowsky 


: 


Rob Dawson 


David Miller 


Sue McKee 


; 


Phil Lowry 


Jeff Ragar 


Karen Glickert 




Thomas Beck 


Kevin Lillard 


Jill Slaymaker 




Chris Schneider 


Deidra Yowell 


Mary Bruce 




Sherman Williams 


Mr. Richard Cohen 


Gaile Ellers 




David Ryder 


Mr. & Mrs. Leroy Russell 





The Class of 1972- 


-The Best Yet! 




Cathy Bryant 


Jackie Perkins 


Aaron Bailey 


Mark Horewitz 


Jane Warders 


Dale Dupree 


Tom Marks 


Liz Litel 


Judy Massey 


Roz Dunham 


Charles L. Caldwell 


John Hobbs 


Patricia Rose Hummons 


Sharon D. Steaven 


Miss Verryee Brown 


Kay Strong 


Dave Skole 


Terry Lynn Willis 


Geralyn Bellamy 


Charles Haxhold 


Barbara Malone 


Dan Smith 


Michael Wilford French 


Jim Jell iff e 


Cheryl Ann Pryor 


Elizabeth Bourke 


Miss Lulu Barnett 


Clinton Carbon 


Gloria Johnson 


Toni and Kim 


Valaida Pompey White 


Carol Hansen 


Sharon Carter 


M.V.Harding II (Esq.) 


Vikki "Bird" Benberry 


Darlene Willis 


Walter Cain 


Brian W. Radliffe 


Barbara "Pearline" Overton 


Virginia Booth 


Barbara Hill 


Audrey Heard 


Shari "Bari" McCray 


Cathy McAndrews 


Randy Kelso 


Peggy Hudson 


Carmie "LeSa" Hansbrough 


Kitty Smith 


Carl Woods 


Gregory Jones 


Vaniessa Diane Ealy 


Margaret Hurrle 


Gary Costley 


Sharon Merriweather 


Diane Jackson 


Sharon Watkins 


Bettye-Jo Rawls 


Garnell Love II 


Diane Johnson 


Rodney Smith 


Savoir Bear 


Michael Young 


Lynn Hosmer 


Janis Eshowsky 


Phelter 


John Randolph 


Karen Glickert 


Kevin Lillard 


Sharon Archie 




Penny Armistead 


Warren Boyd 



153 



Index 



ABERSON, ROY 92 

ACADEMICS 17 

A CAPELLA 58 

ACTIVITIES 36 

Adams, Alicia 42 

Adams, David 64 

Adams, Jennifer 54 

Adams, Joe 82 

ADAMS, MARY 94 

Akard, Luke 41,48,55,120 

Alexander, Ruth 52,56 

Allen, Anthony 50 

Allen, Bijanka 50,52 

Allen, Carolyn 50 

Allen, Mary Ann 54,55 

Allen, Reggie 87 

Allen, Susie 42 

Alley, Jay 82 

Anderson, Andrea 54,59 

Anderson, Marsha 42 

Anderson, Vicki 52,86 

ANNUAL 38 

Armistead, Penny 52,59,64,65 

Arnold, Diane 57 

ART CLUB 57 

ART DEPARTMENT 28 

ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT 34 

B 

Baetzhold, Howard 58,59,75 

Bailey, Geneva 50 

BAKER, HOOVER 49 

Baker, Raymond 73 

Baker, Kim 55 

BALLOW, MATTIE 124 

BAND 60 

Banks, Avis 14,47,54,56,60 

Banks, Vanita 14,15,41,56 

Barnett, Aurelius 24,61,78,82 

Barnett, Nelvia 56 

Barringer, Charles 87 

Barrow, Liz 38,59,120 

BASEBALL 72 

BASKETBALL 82 

Battles, Debra 51 

Beasly, Elaine 54,55 

Beck, Tom 18,41,43,44,45, 

48,63,64,65,77 

BEHLING, LEONARD 29,60 

Bell, India 50 

Bell, Jackie 48,54,55,56 

Bellamy, Sharon 52 

Benberry, Vickie 55 

Bennett, Becky 43,47 

Bereveskos, Spiro 49,82 

Berryhill, Darlene 52 

Bibbs, Stanley 44,52,63 

Blackman, Patricia 42 

Bland, Derrick 48,77,87 

Blankenbaker, Susan 54,60 



BLEWETT, MILDRED 93 

Blocks, Wilhelmena 42 

BOARMAN. RICHARD 78.84,92 

Boaz, Brian 70,76,77 

Bolander, Bruce 77 

Bolden, Coleen 54,86,120 

Bond, Allison 47 

Booth, Virginia 52 

Bourke, Liz 35 

Boyd, Vicki 50 

Boyd, Warren 82,83,87 

Bradford, Sheila 50 

Bradshaw, Sarah Beth. . . 43.44,52,58,61 

Branson, Betsy 23,59 

Branson, Mary 15,87 

BRASS CHOIR 60 

BRIDGE CLUB 42 

Bridgewater, Terance 48 

Brinkley, Tom 82 

Broach, Debra 54 

Broach, Jaunice 42,54,55 

Brown, Frank 55 

Brown, Jack 55,56,59,75,120 

Brown, DeWayne 82 

BROWN, SUSAN 22 

Brown, Patricia 54 

Brown, Ruth 66 

Brown, Vernyee 52,54,55 

Brownlow, Frank 46,64 

Bruce, Mary 38,39,44,52,58,59, 

63,64 

Bryant, Cathy 44 

Bryant, Mike 57,59,64,65 

Bryant, William 82 

Burch, Charise 64 

Burdette, Herman 60 

BURDICK, LARRY 74 

Burke, Anthony 49,50 

Burks, Derrick 73 

Burks, Wanda 52 

Burris, Beth 40,41 ,44 

Burris, Wayne 82,83 

Busby, Bonita 50,51,54,55,64 

Busby, Roslyn 56,64 

Buschman, Pete 67 

BUSINESS EDUCATION 

DEPARTMENT 32 

Buxton, Vickie 52 

C 

Cain, Karl 46,55 

Cain, Walter 55,79,87 

Caldwell, Tara 54,86,120 

Cameron, Sandra 61 

Campbell, Amy 52,59,60,120 

Campbell, Cathy . . . .15,51,54,55,56,64 

Campbell, Dolly 56,59 

Campbell, Kathy 15,54 

CAMPUS BOOK CLUB 42 

Carbon, Clinton 55,59,60,61, 

62,64,65,66,67,114 
CAREER SAMPLING 56 



CARNAL, BOB 91 

Carney, Cynthia 50 

CARPENTER, ROSEMARY . . 54,55,92 

Carter, Joyce 42 

Carter, Sharon 41,40 

Caudill, Melanie 54,55 

CHANCE, JERRY 78 

CHEERLEADERS 86 

CHESS CLUB 49 

Christopher, Valerie 59 

Cisneros, Carlos 21,47 

Clark, Alexander 52,82 

Clark, Betty 52,57 

Clark, Tim 48,120 

Clark, Toni 59 

Cobb, Al 55,70,71,79,87 

Cobb, Art 72 

Cobb, Marva 54 

Cobb, Terri 54,55 

COHEN, RICHARD 40,42,43,48 

Coleman, Corine 48,54 

COLEMAN, JULIAN 90 

Coleman, Mary 47 

Collins, Bonita 15 

Commons, Tom 125 

Conroy, Harold 82 

Consentino, Andrew 59 

Conway, Diane 120 

Corbin, Fred 50 

Craig, Nancy 46 

Craig, Tom 46 

Crain, Keith 55,59,60,61,65,141 

Crawford, John 55,59,120 

Creedon, Nancy 52,66,120 

Crider, Derek 55 

CROSS COUNTRY 77 

Crossland, Keith 51 

CROWDUS, EVELYN 92 

Curry, Derek 76,77 

D 

Davenport, Ralph 60 

Davenport, Theresa 51 

Davis, Debra 54,55,59,86,120 

Davis, Donald 59 

Davis, Katheleen 46,60,61 

Davis, Rock 120 

Davison, Jo 52 

Dawson, Rob 41,45,55 

Day, Patricia 53 

Dea, Helen 54,55,57,86,120 

DEBATE CLUB 48 

DEDICATION 101 

Devasher, Joe 47 

Dickens, Kim 70 

Dirkens, Kim 52 

Dorsey, Chester 72,81,82 

Duke, Dan 59 

Duke, Debra 57 

Duncan, Denise 15,54,55,61 

Dunham, Roz 44,52,59 

Dupree, Dale 55,56,59,60 



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Dupree, Jackie 54,55 

Dutton, Mike 44 

E 

Ealy, Willie 82 

Early, Jackie 15 

ECHO 41 

ECHO STAFF 40 

Edwards, Debra 64 

Edwards, Liz 52,54,59,120 

Edyvean, Sarah 59,64,65 

Eib, Reitha 122 

Elam, Mike 31 

Elder, Greg 82 

Ellers, Gaile 39,54,55,57,86,141 

Ellers, Gary 64,77 

Ellison, Jim 82 

Elston, Sheri 32,51 

Engler, Siegfried 46,49 

Ervin, Vicki 

Eshowsky, Janis 39,61,144 

Evans, Joy 59,61 

Ewing, Beverly 47,53 

F 

FACULTY 96 

Fasig, Don 52,65 

Ferguson, Steve 61 

Fewell, John 77 

Finn, Alonez 86 

Finnell, Jennifer 42 

Field, Barbara 42 

Floyd, Greg 41 

Foley, Mike 65,77,84 

FOOTBALL 

FOOTLIGHTS 64 

Ford, Debra 55 

Ford, Derrick 50 

Foster, Curtis 70,87 

Fraction, Michelle 47 

Franklin, Darrell 50 

Franklin, Michelle 59 

Frazier, Bucky 70 

FREELAND, RON 73 

French, Debbie 38,56 

French, Mike 41,44,48,54,55 

G 

Gaines, Dallas 70 

Gallagher, Jamie 46 

Gant, Michael 49,55,59,64 

Gardner, Emily 41,43 

Gardner, Laurie 60 

Garrett, Charles 50 

Garrett, Toni 50 

Garry, Collen 41 

Gashaw, Gabra 52,53,60,61 

GERMAN CLUB 

Gibbs, James 47,59 

Gibson, Jim 82 

GIBSON, WILLIAM 25,80 

Gilbert, Lamount 82 

Gill Hand, Randy 43,49,50,51 

GillHand, Tracy 49,60,61,73 



GIRLS A and B DRILL 

TEAM 50 

GIRLS LEAGUE 54 

Glickert, Karen . . .41,43,44,52,56,64,65 

GOLF 74 

Goodrich, James 60 

Grady, Carol 52,54,55,56,57,59 

Grady, Linda 54,55 

Grady, Sandra 54 

GREAT BOOKS CLUB 42 

Green, Graham 44,52 

GREEN, LLOYD 90,101 

Greenway, Gerald 82 

Griffin, Claire 64,65 

Griffin, Daryl 60 

Griffin, Tom 79 

Grissom, Brad 78,87 

GROTH, LESTER 92 

Gum, Kenneth 46 

H 

Hall, Carolyn 54 

Hall, Michelle 54,59,120 

Hall, Toni 47 

Hamm, Charles 49 

HAMMER, DAVID 21 

Hansborough 57 

Hansen, Carol 43,44,48,61 

Hardiman, Rolanda 59 

Harding, Mike 44,55,60,72 

HARDING, TOM 72 

Hardman, Kim 54 

Harger, Kitty 87 

Harger, Rose 59 

Harrington, Angela 56 

HAP r ,lS 25 

Harris, Robert 82 

Hatchel, Scott 59 

Hatcheck, Steve 23,55,75 

HAUSMAN, JAMES 70,78,80 

Hawkins, Judy 54,55 

Hawkins, Karla 52,86 

Hayes, Chester 50,79 

Heard, Audrey 43,44,58,59,61 

Heard, Eleanor 57 

Henderson, Jane 59 

Henderson, Libby 52,64 

Henry, Howard 60 

Henson, Debra 50 

Hensen, Garland 15 

Hill, Albert 77 

Hill, Barbara 38,44,52,86,114 

Hill, Chris 76,77 

Hill, Elbert 70 

Hill, Joe 50 

Hinant, Felicice 48 

Hinton, Christie 52 

Hobbs, John 44,87 

Hobson, Charles 50 

Hogan, Ira 55,59,120 

Hogan, Rita 56 

Holder, Kathy 54,55 

Holland, Cynthia 54,55 

Hollis, Gerri 120 

Hollis, Lathan 47 













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HOME ECONOMIC 

DEPARTMENT 30 

Hopkins, John 73 

Hopkins, Dwight 77 

Hopon, Wanda 52 

Horwitz, Greg 55 

Horwitz, Mark 28,38,50,141 

Hosmer, Lynn 44,114 

HOUSTON, ROBERT 39 

Howard, Dwight 60 

Howard, Velma 64 

Howell, Joe 82 

Hudson, Peggy 18,38,52,64,144 

Hughley, Denise 59,63,65,120 

HUMES, LARRY 77,82 

Humphrey, Gail 47 

Hummons, Patty . . . .44,52,55,59,64,67 

Hurrle, Margie 86 

Hurrle, Patti 86 

Hurrle, Toni 86 

Hurt, Herbert 78,87 

Huxhold, Charles 46,54,55 



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INDUSTRIAL ART 

DEPARTMENT 30 

Ingraham, Mary 52,59 

Isaac, Orvella 51,54,55,64,120 

J 

Jackson, Diane 44,54,55 

Jelliffe, Jim 55 

Jelliffe, John 44,55 

JACKSON, JEAN 26 

Jackson, Pam 15 

James, Barbara 47 

Jetters, Eddie 23 

Johnson, Avis 57 

JOHNSON, BEN 91 

Johnson, Cathy 42,57 

Johnson, Diane 19,52,53,54,55 

Johnson, Donald 72,73 

Johnson, Donna 54 

Johnson, Frances 50 

Johnson, Francis 50 

Johnson, Gloria . 60 



Johnson, Joe 57 

Johnson, Johnnie 54 

Johnson, Kathy 87 

Johnson, Pamela 47 

Johnson, Sherry 50 

Johnson, Willie 73 

Jones, Barbara 54 

Jones, Bob 70,71 

Jones, Cheryl 47,52 

Jones, Delores 50 

Jones, Greg 70,79,87 

Jones, Juan 72,82,87 

Jones, Luisa 59,61 

Jones, Mary Ann 54,55 

Jones, Ron 72,82 

Jones, Maurceline 54,55 

Jones, Rhonda 50 

Jones, Terry 50 

Jones, Tom 70,77,82,87 

Jones, Yvonne 42,52,57 

Jordan, Charles 82,83,87 

Jordan, Michael 64 

Jordan, Reggie 73 

Jouner, Vivien 87 

JUNIORS 121 

JUNIOR OFFICERS 120 

JUNIOR POLICY 120 

JUNIOR VAUDEVILLE 67 

K 

KANTOR. SHELDON 28 

KATSAROPOLOUS, JOHN .... 20,77 

KEEHN, GENEVIEVE 95 

Kelso, Kevin 75 

Kelso, Randall 45,48,75 

Kennedy, Damen 70 

Kennedy, Hanese 55 

Kennedy, Jackie 52 

KEY CLUB 54 

Kincaide, Lynn 54,61 

King, Larry 59,61 

KIRBY, CONSTANCE 48,133 

Knight, Tericko 86 

Kosof, Kathy 44,52 

Kramer, Matt 74 

L 

LANGON, NANCY 93 

LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT 20 

Larkin, Patsy 44 

Lash, William 78,82,87 

Lasher, Keith 60,61 

Lawerence, Sue 56 

Lawson, Bizzy 44,77 

Lawson, Kris 43,52 

Ledford, Sheila 56 

Lee, George 60,61 

Lee, Patti 43,46.56 

LETTERMEN 87 

Lewis, Robert 73 

Lewis, Tim 55,58,64,70,82 

Lightfoot, Glenda 54,55 

Lillard, Kevin 40,58.59,64,65 

Lingeman, Jane 46,47,54,55,59 

Litel. Liz 44 



Lloyd. Butch 59,61,120 

Lowry, Phil 40,41,43,45 

Love, Garnell 44 

Lucas, Patricia 56 

Lumpkins, Janice 59,64 

Lyerson, Donna 52 

Lyerson, Keith 79,87 

M 

Mackell, Paul 55,44 

Mackey, Pamela 52,77 

MacKenzie, Don 77 

Macwell, Bernadette 59 

MADRIGALS 58 

Malone, Barbara 44,59,60,61 

Malone, Eric 50 

Manson, Johnny 50 

Marks, Tom 55,44,59,60,61,75 

Marrs, Ezell 78 

Marshall, Lucinda 64 

Martin, Brad 60,61 

Mason, Debra 61 

Massey, Judy 54,55 

MATH DEPARTMENT 24 

Maxwell, Frank 60,61 

McAndrews, Cathy 40,41 

McAndrews, Mike 30,46,58,65 

McClendon, Rita 15 

McClure. Kathy 54,55,140 

McClure, Rob 55,44,74 

McCrae, Shari 54,55,57 

McDonald, Mark 72,73,78,87,82 

McDowell, Dave 46 

McDowell, Tim 74 

McDowell, Tom 55 

McFarland, Theresa 42,57 

McKee, Sue 38,44 

McK night, Joyce 54,55,86 

McLucas, Michelle 120 

McNairy, Melvin 70,120 

MCNAIRY, RUTH 138 

MCNEIL, SUSAN 32 

MEDJESKI, JOHN 61,100 

Meng, Chung 46,44 

MEN'S DRILL TEAM 50 



156 





Merriman, Debbie 56,59 

Merriweather, Sharon 54,55 

Middleton, Jerome 87 

Miller, David 41 

Miller, Dawn 42 

Miller, Dominque 23 

Miller, Hershel 65 

Miller. Jeff 50,131 

Miller, LeeAnn 54 

Miller, William 52 

Minter, Karen 52 

Mirsky, Alexis 41,48,52,49,59 

Montgomery, Toni 86 

Moore, David 55,59,70,79,120,87 

Moore, Desralei 56 

Moore, Donald 59 

Morgan, Carol 64,65 

MORGAN, WILLIAM 27 

Morokoff, Dave 72,73 

Mosley, Pamela 60 

Mosley, Patricia 61 

Mosley, Stephanie 48,44,65 

Moss. Mark 55,59,120,87 

Mullen, Eric 65 

Murray, Gerald 72 

Murrell, Denise 44,58,59,141 

Murrell, Janine 47,87 

MUSIC DEPARTMENT 28 

Myers, Mike 72 

Myers, Steve 50,51 



N 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY. ... 44 

NATURALISTS CLUB 44 

NEW ESTABLISHMENT 58 

NICHOLS, BETTY 93 

Nichols, Janis 54,41 

Nicholson, Robyn 15,47 

Nieme, John 122 

Nowlen, Earl 50 

Nye, Keith 82 

O 

O'Bannon, Renita 52,54,55,57 

O'Conner, Marie 46,47,54,55, 

43,56,64 

Ogden, Gary 74 

Oliver, Tanya 87 



OOLEY, JUDITH 56 

ORCHESTRA 61 

Orton, Angie 50,51,52,54,55 

Osili, Uzo 64,86 

Overton, Barbara 54,55,57,59 

P 

Pannell, Garland 50,44,79,87 

Parker, Deborah 27 

Parker, Janet 54 

Parker, Terri 60 

Parker, Valerie 59 

PARTEE, ANTHONY 26 

Patterson, Alan 74 

Payne, Richard 70,77,87 

Payton, James 59,79,84,87 

Peacher, Phyllis 60,61 

Peacock, Walter 70,78,80,87 

Perdue, Judy 78,128,82 

PERRY, WILLIAM 78,128,82 

Personger, Chris 75 

Phillips, James 47 

Pierson, John 73 

Pike, Chris 73 

PLAYS 62 

Poke, Kathy 64 

POM-POM GIRLS 86 

Porter, Greg 70,87 

Profitt, Mark 21 

Q 

QUILL AND SCROLL 45 

Quinney, Alan 59,60,61 

QUIZ TEAM 48 

R 

Radliffe, Brian 55,38,59,60,61 

Ragar, Jeff 41 

^Ramsey, Edward 47,82 

RAMSEY, ANDREW 43 

RAMSEY, RUTH 94 

Rand, Gregory 79 

Rawls, Bettye-Jo 52,54,44 

Ransom, Derrick 82 

Ray, John 55,64,120 

Rector, Brad 77 

RED CROSS 57 

Reed, Fred 50,70,87 

Reed, Myra 59 

REITXER, LOUISE 20,46 

Richardson, Jerome 50 

Richardson, Matt 49 

RICHARD, ROSELYN 56,93 

Ringel, Mary 57,59,64,65 

Rivers, Lois 42 

Roddy, Jack 55,61 

Roddy, Sharla 86 

Rogers, Michelle 14,64 

ROHN, CYNTHIA 52 

Rolle, Cherolyn 42 

Rooker, Alison 39,58,59,61,142 

Rooks, Debbie 86 

ROTC 32 

ROTC OFFICERS 32 



ROTC RIFLE TEAM 51 

ROTC SPONSORS 51 

Rother, Chris 43 

RUMMEL,TIM 91 

Rumor, Curtis 55,79,120,87 

Rumor, Todd 55,82 

Rush, Titus 70,78,87,82 

Russell, Dennis 60,61 

Ryder, David 41,43,44,55,75,120 

Ryder, Sarah 87 

S 

Sallee, Vicki 52,86 

Sams, Debra 52 

Sanders, Barbara 57 

Sanders, Ed 50 

Sanders, Joletha 42 

Sanders, Lenia 56,86 

Sanders, Stanley ' 50 

Satterfield, Pamela 42,54,55 

Schneider, Chris 40,41,44 

Schneider, Debbie 41 

Schneider, Linda 44 

SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 22 

Scott, Julius 70 

SENIORS 102 

CLASS OFFICERS 103 

COUNCIL 103 

HONOR ROLL 104 

PICTURES 106 

SHANKS, CLAUDE 32,33 

Shanklin, David 44.72,73,77 

Sharpe, Peggy 23,52,44 

Shea, Kelly 56 

Shelton, Debbie 21 

SHEPHERD, KAYE 93 

Shirley, Tony 82 

SHULL, ARTHUR 90 

Siegal, Jerome 50 

SIEGEL, MARY 33 

Simmons, Paul 82 

Singletary, Steve 72,82 

Singleton, Anita 52,57 

Skole, David 52,55,79,87 

Slaymaker, Jill 43,54,55,86 

Smartt, Dameta 50 

Smith, Dan 44,52,55,58 

Smith, Gail 48,86 

SMITH, GLADYS 94 



Smith, Greg 70 

Smith, Helm 49,50 

Smith, Jackie 55 

Smith, Kevin 77 

Smith, Kim 86 

Smith, Latherio 77 

Smith, Rodney 70,78,87 

Smith, William 82,87 

Snow, Beverly 42 

SOCCER TEAM i 77 

SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT. . 27 

Solterman, Chris 55,60,79,87 

Solterman, Laurie 87 

SOPHOMORES 125 

SOPHOMORE ADVISORY COUNCIL 47 

SPANISH CLUB 46 

Speckman, Dave 74 

Spenser, Portia 52 

SPRINGER, BILL 24,82 

Spradley, Connie 23 

STAGE CREW 65 

Stanfill, Carolyn .47 

Stantley, Cynthia 50,51,86 

Starkey, Paul 43.60,62 

Starks, Judy 54,55 

Starrett, Cindy 23,24,42,43 

Steavens, Alberta 54,55 

Stewart, Patricia 56,59 

Stewart, Patricia 54,55 

Stiger, Shirley 23 

Stout, Daryl 55,72,79 

Stratton, Herbert 73 

Stratton, Lois 59 

STRING ENSEMBLE 61 

Strong, Kay 58 

Strong, Valerie 52 

STUDENT COUNCIL 52 

STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS . . 52 

Sullivan, Peggy 50 

Swannigan, John 70,77 

T 

Talley, Lisa 54,55,60 

Tally, Debra 50 

Tate, Jerolyn 50 

Taylor, Arlene 86 

Taylor, Dennis 55,79 

Taylor, Elizabeth 42,54,55 

TENNIS 75 




Tess, Rita 46,65 

Tevebauh, David 49 

THESPIANS 65 

THIESING, EVA 94 

Thomas, Anita 33,35,54 

Thomas, Gwen 39,52,54,55 

THOMAS, KAREN 96 

Thomas, Marilyn 50 

Thomas, Melva 46,86,120 

THOMAS, CHARLES 70,78 

Thompson, Chris 44 

Thompson, Doug 75,77 

Thompson, Robert 60 

Thornton, Elaine 50 

Thuma, Nathan 41,43 

TOFIL, JOSEPH 35 

TOLIN, STEPHEN 75 

Tourney, Johnathan 52,55 

Tourney, Richard 55 

Tourney, Steve 18,44,52,55 

Townsend, Betty 54,55 

TRACK 71 

Trice, Marlene 54,55 

TRUE BLUE 54 

Turnerly, Peggy 54 

Tyler, Thea 54 

Tyman, Dorine 54,55,60,61 

U 

Upshaw, Vickie 30,56 

Usher, Rod 23,41,43,44,52,75,77 



Vaughn, Eric 59 

VENTRESCA, DANTE 120 

W 

Walker, Edwin 52,60,61 

Walker, Pat 47 

Wallace. Robin 55,86 

Walsh, Cathy 43,60,61 



Walsh, Terry 40 

Ward, Carol 50 

Warders, Jane 61 

Warner, Valerie 52 

Washington, Tom 70 

Waters; Carolyn 52 

Watkins, Marilyn 46 

Watkins, Mike 60,77 

Watkins, Sharon 20,43,44,58 

Watson, Carol 54,55,56,59 

Watson, Mike ' '40,41,43,44,65,77 

Weathington, Debra 41 

Weber, Cathy '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 41,44,77 

Weber, Licia 44,59,77 

Webster, Bonita 59,65 

Weeks, Charlene 120 

Wells, Amy 59 

Wells, Betsy 39,44,59 

Wells, James 70 

Wells, Suzanne 38,56 

Welsh, Cathy 54,55,86 

White, Jim 82 

White, Michael 55,59,120 

White, Rod 70 

Shite, Sylvia 52,59 

Whitly, Denise 64 

Wilburn, Steve 58,59 

Wiles, Allan 82 

Wilkins, Ron 79,87 

Williams. Brian 55,73 

Williams, Charles 49 

Williams, Cheryle 54,55 

Williams, Cindy 86 

Williams, Frank 73 

Williams, Melba 52 

Williams, Sherman . . . .40,41,46,73,77 

Williams, Steve 72 

WILLIAMS, SUSAN 19 

Williams, Tom 15,52,64 

Williams, Toni 42 

Williams, Vicki 52 

Williamson, Barbara 54,56 

Willis, Terry 44,54,55,59,86 

Wilson, Angelis 42,50 



Wilson, Kandi 42,50 

Wilson, Lydia 52 

Wilson, Malydin 59 

Wilson, Rose 50 

Wiseman, James 

Woods. Carl 43,52,55,58,59,64 

WOODS, GARY 99,132 

Wooley, Jody 59 

WRESTLING 84 

Wright, George 58 

Wright, Mindy 43,60,61 

Y 

Yates, Theresa 47 

Young, Merris 44 

Young. Mike 70,78,87 

Yowell, Dana 55 

Y-TEENS 56 

Z 

Zimmerman, Julia 59,60 

Zimmerman, Lois Ann 60 





Acknowledgements 

Another school year is finished, and so is another Annual. There have been many 
changes and experiments that have occured in Shortridge this year which brought our 
school to new horizons in education. We have tried to record the year's activities to the 
best of our abilities. There are many people who we have to thank for helping to make 
our yearbook a success. 

I would like to thank Mr. R. Lloyd Green; Mr. Earnest Frigo, Senior Sponsor; Mrs. 
Mary Siegel, Financial Advisor; the Guidance Counselors, who supplied many ID's for 
pictures; L. S. Ayres Photo Reflex (especially Mr. Downey for his fast developing), Senior 
photographers. National School Studios, underclassmen photographers. I would like to 
extend special thanks to Mr. Dick Kennard, Newsfoto Yearbooks representative who gave 
us much advice and help with our cover, also Mr. Richard Cohen, Echo sponsor, for 
allowing us to use the Echo office and for coverage in the paper. My warmest thanks go 
to Mr. Robert Houston for his guidance, sick jokes, and patience which kept the staff 
going through those long Saturdays and vacations we worked. Above all, I would like to 
thank my crazy staff, for without them there would be no yearbook. 

Barbara E. Hill 

1972 ANNUAL Editor 



It is another scene from "Houston's Follies" 
as 1972 staff members cry "It's all over-RAH!" 
The final deadline met with smiles! 

"Houston's Odd Squad," made up of Barb, 
Mary, Sue, Gail, Peg, and Cathy get on their 
knees to show everybody how much they cheer 
for the Annual. 





The experiment is over . . . the school 
year closes . . . "Every time we say hello 
to some new encounter, we're on our way 
towards goodbye."- Quote by Rod 
McKuen 



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